Tilghman Island Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... it's amazing to see them in the wild without having to pay a huge amount for the privilege. We packed our things and left relatively early. Rather than take the freeway north up the coast and go around Chesapeake Bay, we decided to cross the bay at it's southernmost point on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel complex, an amazing construction, 23 miles long and made up of four man-made islands, three bridges and two tunnels connecting them. It's an amazing thing to be driving on ...
... is an old girls summer camp owned by a 94 year old friend of Don’s who has owned it for about fifty years. The camp still has about five cabins for rent and a few campsites on its 58 acres of land, the owner‘s son keeps it going. The camp is located right on the Chesapeake with access to Calvert Beach. Don and Dutch live just a mile away as the crow flies….we aren’t crows so they gave us a ride.
... there is a U tube video link taken by the broker during the boat survey.
The house is sold, the furniture gone, all we will have is 2 suitcases ...
... br> (CNN --December 19, 2009 11:02 p.m. EST) -- A major snowstorm slammed the East Coast and snarled the busy holiday travel season Saturday. Record snowfall totals were reported, which dumped more than 20 inches of snow in parts of the state by Saturday evening. The storm stretched from Tennessee and North Carolina to the southern New England states, blanketing the mid-Atlantic region and the heavily populated I-95 corridor. ...
... pretty quickly became impractical (and less amusing, to me at least), so there's no hiding the ownership. I did try hard to keep the mission intact, and that was to share the experiences and realities of the trip, just as they felt at the time - good, bad and ugly, always trying to err on the side of letting it all hang out, which is not always easy. And to try to do it with some entertainment value, the QC for which, I apologize, was often ...