Lodgecliffe on the Choptank B&B
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... a pier available should you arrive by boat. Our suite was furnished with an antique armoire, writing desk and Victorian styled couch and chair. There was a fireplace too, which would have been nice had it been cold enough to use. Needless to say, I immediately fell in love with the place and Roy really liked it too.
Each morning we had coffee and breakfast out back while we watched the squirrels, listened to the birds and watched the boats sail in and out ...
Matt and Shawna stayed with us on the boat last night. So today, we biked around Solomon's Island, did a little shopping, went to the Calvert Marine Museum, and just lounged around the boat. They left around 3:00.
Then, Sean and Mandy came by around 6:30 pm. This was our first time meeting Mandy.....very nice and very attractive! We went to dinner at The Lighthouse Restaurant, and they headed back around 9:15.
The plan is to started heading back south tomorrow
... Pink Impression' and yellow 'Golden Parade' out front are past their prime (s), but the 'Salmon Impression' on the side, the 'Apricot' by the mailbox, and the 'Big Chief' and 'Cream Jewel' by the back porch are at their peak(s). The species tulips in the fern garden are thriving and, in addition, the lilacs, quince and 'Butterfly' magnolia are lovely. There are even daffodils still in bloom by the creek. It's been a good year for the tulips (and other Spring bulbs)!
... of hours.
The waste of driving time, however, turned out to be in our favor. But 1st a very brief statement on the Bucktown Store: this store is where Ms. Tudjman was hit on the head by an overseer when she attempted to stop that overseer from hurting a slave. She was 13 years old.
We found the store, having read that if you are lucky you will get to go inside the store so I had only hoped to get inside. So ...
... for many. As for me, it is the draw of the people, the friendliness and open, honest dialogue I experience that keeps me coming back to Africa. I longer feel like a minority. I get to live in the moment without constantly being reminded of my race. I wonder how different this adventure will be, what challenges I will face, and how much of me will remain when I ...