55 Photos - Jul 3, 2013
Photo: Slainte from the restaurant at Worton CreekPhoto: Baby Slainte at the dinghy dockPhoto: 3 very friendly boatsPhoto: Nature at it's bestPhoto: Bald Eagle in the treePhoto: Stormy day at Rock HallPhoto: Gary's bath toyPhoto: Monument to all the oyster menPhoto: Boat storage using railsPhoto: Taking it easyPhoto: Photo: Lots of people showed up for the 4th of July Parade in Rock Hall MDPhoto: Apparently George Washington came to the area several times during the Revolutionary WarPhoto: Several of the surrounding towns had their vol. Fire Dept. showcased in the parade.Photo: Good way to advertize for the Pirate and Wrench event in AugustPhoto: This horse takes a licking but keeps on kicking.Photo: And the band played Yankee Doodle.Photo: Watching is thirsty work.Photo: Fort McHenry where the National Anthem was writtenPhoto: View of Baltimore fron the end of K pierPhoto: Taken from SlaintePhoto: Harborview Marina, BaltimorePhoto: The floating swimming pool at the Harborview Marina.Photo: School is in sessionPhoto: Chestertown business districtPhoto: Photo: Photo: United States Naval AcademyPhoto: Photo: Photo: A beautiful campus building outside and...Photo: in.Photo: Hello from the 4 of us.Photo: Photo: Photo: Chesapeake Maritime Museum at St MichaelsPhoto: Museum and St Michael's HarborPhoto: Photo: Sunset from anchorPhoto: Morning view from anchorPhoto: Cute building on our way to a geocashe.Photo: The view from our geocashe site.Photo: Type of boat used by Captain John Smith when exploring the ChesapeakePhoto: Playing Hand & FootPhoto: Steam pot and crab bushels in Crisfield MDPhoto: Crisfield sunsetPhoto: Onancock AnchoragePhoto: Setting...Photo: Setting...Photo: Almost gone.Photo: GeocachePhoto: Cape Charles BeachPhoto: GeocachePhoto: The railroad made Cape Charles a happening place.Photo: Looking for lunch.