Sometimes Maryland Avenue, which is a 'radial street' from the State Capital, and runs parallel to our own East Street, gets overlooked, as people seem to gravitate to Main Street which is fine too. However, that all changes when Maryland Avenue has a festival. It is amazing. We were there for Summer Festival, and had an Irish Breakfast at the http://www.galwaybaymd.com and walked out among bagpipers and vendors and such wonderful festivities.
I am so fortunate to be invited to the weekly women's coffee group, which venue changes based on who is hosting it. This week, my new friend Martha held it, even without having power, and we sat outside among her trees overlooking water that surrounded us, with the birds and crickets in full concert. Again, I felt like I was in a novel. One woman passed around a flyer of her musical group as she has a wonderful voice and will be performing in their HMS Pinafore.
In my quest for supporting local business’s it was a ‘no brainer’ as I walked into City Dock Coffee at Market Square, where I was told to ‘go upstairs’ to talk to the manager. Well, let’s just say that it was like walking into history, as meeting Grover, and his wife, for the first time was like visiting an old general store ‘somewhere in time’.
One of the most popular, if not only one that I ‘ve come to know is the Schooner Woodwind, which gives guest a sail of the Chesapeake on a beautiful 74 foot , classic wooden yacht. They offer daily public 2 hour cruises, 4 times daily, plus private charters, and for friendly competition, ha ha, they offer a boat & breakfast! We offer their link on our website, as you should book early, especially for the weekday entertainment cruises.