There’s lots to love about the Delmarva Peninsula. Currently Cambridge, MD is my favorite. I’m dreaming about visiting next year. (My toe feels good most of the time.)
I love this mural on Race St. It’s a mosaic. Jen Wagner created the mural showing Cambridge’s history with community members. Whenever I’m in Cambridge I visit this mural in a small square off Race St.
During my lunch break I seized the opportunity to enjoy super weather and Fleet Week. These sailors from the HMCS Athabaskan gladly took a photo with me. Docked at the pier in Fells Point, this is your last chance to visit the Canadian Navy’s flagship destroyer. She’s being decommissioned in spring 2017.
Let’s dance at the Crusiers concert Sunday.
Want to know more about Maryland Fleet Week 2016. Here’s the schedule.
Sitting in the park, people watching, and making small talk with strangers: some of my favorite things to do in Baltimore’s Mount Vernon.
I found this lion in my old photos. (I’m still recuperating from the broken toe.) He’s one of many varied statues in Mount Vernon Park, four squares that surround the Washington Monument.
Architecture buffs, city planners, and history buffs may enjoy a tour.
I’m getting the urge to visit again soon.
A good friend is visiting all 50 states. The idea does not appeal to me.
My mind is opening after reading about this gorgeous area about an hour from Chicago.
Combined with the art, architecture, and history of Chicago…..someplace I gotta go.
And lots of places to swim right in the city. Fabulous!
One man did all this? During a time when having black skin put you at risk of being kidnapped and sold into slavery Cyrus Bustill took action.
The confluence of history and art make Chestertown delightful, especially the sewer covers.