Tilghman Island Inn

Address: 21384 Coopertown Road, Tilghman, Maryland, 21671, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 21384 Coopertown Road, Tilghman, is near Tilghman Island.
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      Southern Maryland

      A travel blog entry by jcopsey on Jul 16, 2014

      37 photos

      ... which is going to be really nice. The museum is filled with history about the area and has a lighthouse you can tour.

      We also had a nice visit with Roy’s cousin Danny Buckmaster and while down at the boardwalk on Solomon’s ran into Tom Parran, another school friend. There were others Roy wanted to see, but time just simply ran out. Maybe next time.

      After saying our goodbyes to family, we had our last dinner in town with Robbie and ...

      Wabi Sabi gets wet

      A travel blog entry by ruthandpierce on Oct 23, 2012

      4 photos

      ... area. It has been a wonderful stay.

      We launched Wabi Sabi on October 23 and will set sail on Friday to meet some boater friends in a
      local anchorage this weekend. Then, early Sunday morning we begin our journey
      south to the Bahamas for the winter.


      The Start of of our fantastic Sailing Adventure

      A travel blog entry by windwalkergv on Apr 23, 2010

      12 comments, 8 photos

      ... take us till June next year, after that maybe on to South America.
      From there who knows but Europe is on the agenda at some point, as are West Coast US and Alaska. No rush see which way the wind blows I guess.


      Transit to Annapolis

      A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Mar 30, 2009

      ... to, and arranged the fenders. In we went and, having underestimated the strength of the wind, we were quickly blown down onto the port side pier and against a stationary boat we were trying to avoid. We hadn’t put any fenders on that side. We managed to get by, riding his rub rail and pushing off against his hanging dinghy, and landed port side to on the pier ahead of him. It was not a pretty landing. ...

      Sailing to (another) Mill Creek near Solomons MD

      A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Nov 13, 2007

      ... hug the coast to stay in flat water. Just beyond Point No Point the wind dropped out and came back with a change in direction to NE at 20 kt. We got caught in irons and wrapped our fishing lines around the port daggerboard. An exciting trip which later found us tacking into the Solomons area in dying ...