Lodgecliffe on the Choptank B&B
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... ran dry and the dock is too far away from the house to bring in fresh water. So the dishes were rinsed in the river water and waited until the next day for a proper washing. We rose about 6AM and took lots of pictures of the sunrise over the river. The watermen came back to pick up their crab catch while we sipped our morning coffee. We helped Joe pack up, load his car and said our goodbyes until this winter.
After arriving in Maryland September 20, We did boatwerk for 5 weeks -
mostly maintenance and repair - but also a few minor upgrades. We stayed with our friends Roy and Dianne Karkosh for the entire time, visiting many, many of our friends made over the 15 years we lived ...
... the docent’s will direct you to the closest sites, just blocks away. They also have a nice interpretive section downstairs. This is the place to start.
The docent directed us to the court house where people were sold into slavery on the courthouse steps, just up the street from the docks. The original courthouse was destroyed and then destroyed a 2nd time, but the front of the 2nd rebuild is still in the ...
... we used to on a Monday morning!
So now it's Tuesday evening and we're about to cook risotto with roasted vegetables for Ray, Amanda's dad, a new taste sensation for him. We're pretty much packed up and ready to set off for West Virginia tomorrow – the first step on our independent adventures. New River Gorge, here we come!
... with its original crab packing plant where you can just walk by and see the many workers shelling the crabs for packaging---wow they still do it by hand and they are so quick--it is really neat to see.There are some of the crabs molting their shell so they are put in a special tank for holding and they are THE SOFT SHELL CRABS you eat in the restaurants.Cambridge also has the oldest BED and BREAKFAST since 1847.Cambridge plays host to the Harriett ...