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In my twenties, I had many different jobs. For years, I worked as both a real estate agent and a bartender.

On Maryland’s Eastern Shore, a region with a long and legend-saturated history, a real estate agent is certain to eventually encounter a home with a reputation for being haunted. 1,040 more words

Eastern Shore

Shopping and history on Kent Island

Pssst….Want to know a secret? You don’t have to go far for a taste of Eastern Shore charm. Simply cross that big, old Bay Bridge and turn north into Stevensville. 400 more words


“A relaxing getaway”

Reviewed October 21 2016

My husband and I spent two nights at Kent Manor Inn last spring. What a wonderful place! We began our stay with the delicious Sunday brunch. 186 more words


The Other Side

Travel | Feature Writing

My eyes follow the Chesapeake Bay Bridge sprawling before me in the distance. My boyfriend and I are only halfway across, and I’m already imagining reaching the other side and seeing more of what rural Maryland has to offer. 1,142 more words

My Writing

TIPSY TOURIST: Sloop Betty and friends

Going to a distillery is different from visiting a winery or a brewery. The magic in beer and wine happens in the dark, in vats and barrels. 382 more words


Guitar hero: Paul Reed Smith factory

Music magic is happening every week day in a business park on Kent Island — that little island at the east end of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. 472 more words



Fisherman’s Crab Deck opened the summer of 1991.

I started tending bar at Fisherman’s Crab Deck the summer of 1991.

Eight years prior, I was a short-timer thinking about what I might do after the Navy. 854 more words

Eastern Shore