Tilghman Island Inn

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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    Travel Blogs from Tilghman


    A travel blog entry by noreenf on Jul 03, 2014

    It's been quite a while since I've written here, but nothing new. Just in the waiting stage. I did receive the camera and it's fantastic - latest model. I also read The Desire Map. I had an aha moment while reading it. While I've never been a materialistic person, 'things' are a part of all of our lives. The aha moment was that we shouldn't visualize things that we want, those things we think will make us happy, but rather the feelings those things will give ...

    A Day Filled with Flying

    A travel blog entry by teamjp on Jun 04, 2013

    The day has begun bright and early! JP and I will be meeting at JFK after very early mornings to continue our journey to our first destination-Frankfurt, Germany. Check out the latest picture uploaded to see our tentative route for our adventure. Bye bye USA! See you in 5 ...

    The Start of of our fantastic Sailing Adventure

    A travel blog entry by windwalkergv on Apr 23, 2010

    12 comments, 8 photos

    ... there is a U tube video link taken by the broker during the boat survey.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2X-nqGOu 9Fo

    The house is sold, the furniture gone, all we will have is 2 suitcases ...

    Transit to Annapolis

    A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Mar 30, 2009

    ... out of the Pax River, our course would be almost due north and we were hoping for more west in the forecast. NW would be a bit too much on the nose without a mainsail. This would also be our first use of the new rudders.

    After removing all our dock fenders and one-by-one removing all of our lines to bring aboard, we left the dock at 0755. We had a downwind fast motor run down the Pax River and ...

    The Journey South to Cockrell's Marine Railway

    A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on May 17, 2008

    6 photos

    ... and repair of our refrigeration units and had installed the bow pad eyes we needed for a later installation of the bow sprit needed for our future Code 0 sail. The Code 0 sail would fill a gap in our inventory, with this sail best for light to moderate broad reaching and perhaps easier to handle on a roller furler than the spinnaker. ...