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Awesome Chesapeake by David Owen  Bell

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9 Little Known Beaches in Maryland That'll Make Your Summer Even Better

You'll want to visit this secluded and hidden beach in Maryland. Hart-Miller Island is only reachable by boat, but it's so worth it.

Sharps Island Chesapeake Bay Maryland.I want to visit here one day.Please check out my website thanks. www.photopix.co.nz

Sharps Island Lighthouse-Chesapeake Bay, Maryland, photo by Wayne Higgs

Southern Maryland tobacco barn

Passed many barns with tobacco hanging to dry. My granddaddy raised tobacco to make a living. I never smoked a cigarette in my life. But I remember the sweet smell of freshly cured tobacco.

Chesapeake Bay Bridge

Virginia - Chesapeake Bay Bridge and tunnel is miles long including two tunnels that are 1 mile each. It extends out into the bay and Atlantic Ocean connecting the mainland to the eastern coast. It is amazing. <<<oh my hell.

Annapolis, MD on Pinterest | naval academy, chesapeake bay bridge and…

Visited lovely historic Annapolis, MD in December 2011 to watch daughter Erin get sworn into the MD Bar!

Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse, Baltimore, MD.  On Pier 5 in Baltimore's Inner Harbor stands the screw-pile lighthouse. Built in 1851, the lighthouse is the oldest of its type in Maryland. It was moved from the Chesapeake Bay in 1988 due to damage from storms and ice. The lighthouse now houses a museum.

Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse, Baltimore, MD. On Pier 5 in Baltimore's Inner Harbor stands the screw-pile lighthouse. Built in the lighthouse is the oldest of its type in Maryland

awesome crab picture - I must say that although I do not eat seafood, I do like the way it looks

Steamed Blue Crabs

Summer is not complete without Steamed blue crabs! A crab feast - the Maryland way! Plenty of Old Bay and sweet corn on the side - yum!

The Chesapeake Bay Bridge in Maryland

Chesapeake Bay Bridge, Maryland -- The Chesapeake region is the setting for the women's fiction/romance novel LETTING GO: The Maryland Shores

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