Maryland’s vacation destination also provides enjoyable craft beverages, delectable seafood and fresh farm produce. Watch the sunset from the Ocean City beach, and explore the offerings of Maryland’s craft beer, wine and spirits makers.
Now we’re talking: the sap’s running, dogs are scratching at the door and we get an extra hour of daylight to play at the end of the day. (spring ahead on the 10th). March means thinking about your garden, tuning up your road bike or booking your August beach rental. PLANT A GARDEN Let go […]Read More
On the Road: A Cecil County Sojourn Includes Wild Animals and Waterfront Eateries Traveling north on Interstate 95 isn’t anyone’s idea of an idyllic car ride. But take a detour just before the Delaware border to begin a relaxing road trip through Cecil County. The drive will take you through historic small towns, scenic wineries and […]Read More
Beth Burnam has a strategy to improve the environment, and food plays an important role. “Everybody loves food. It’s one of the things we take joy in,” says the executive director of the Cecil Land Trust. “When schoolkids know where their pumpkin grows, then we’ll be on the right track.” The Cecil Land Trust, which […]Read More
On the Road: Rum, Rambles and Rigs Along the Bay The route from the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum to the Blackwater Reserve is about 37 miles and will take under an hour by car. Unless you stop along the way, which you should. For gourmands, the trip could take days. For time traveling historians, centuries. […]Read More
In Kent County, a family farm stays solvent by making award-winning wines. Story by Martha Thomas Photography by Mary C. Gardella The first time Roy Crow walked up the lane of his Kennedyville home with the woman he was dating, Judy Haggerty gasped. She saw green meadows dotted with black Angus cattle, a wood framed […]Read More