Discussion in 'RayGator's Swamp Gas' started by Bazza, Sep 25, 2019.
It isn't Alabama...
It's not tallatrashee or athens....
Frederick is a truly wonderful little town full of history.
I lived there 11 years. Good sports town in Baltimore, and tailgating is fun. Nice park/mtn bike trails just north of Towson. Assateague wild ponies are pretty cool too.
I'm sure Harriet Tubman would be so "proud". LMAO
But you beat me to it about Hasselhoff and Tubman... and the other poster beat me to it about Ocasek.
It has incredible geographic variety from the coastal areas to the northwest mountains.
My very first collegiate lacrosse game was Johns Hopkins vs Navy! In awe of that stadium!
Annapolis: Davis's Pub @ Butlers Marina. And of course, order the crab cakes.
Maryland is pretty awesome. I went to high school there just outside of DC in Potomac - good times. Have done a lot of hiking, fishing and boating there; hung out a lot in Eastern Shore and eaten a ton of crabs.
Potomac is about as non-representative of Maryland as it gets! You're basically in Great Falls VA North.
That boat seems to be riding might high in the water. Is the keel supported on something solid?
Baltimore Colts. John Constantine Unitas. Gino Marchetti. Art Donovan. Gene Lipscomb. Ray Berry. Jim Parker. John Mackey. Buzz Nutter. Bill Pellington. Bobby Boyd. Jackie (a Gator) Simpson. Steve Myrah. Lou Michaels. Bubba Smith. Don Joyce. Mike Curtis. Don Nottington. Don Shula. Ron Perez (Univ of Tampa). Lenny Moore. Tom Matte. Alan Ameche. Tony Lorrick. Willie Richardson. Cotton Davidson.
One of the original 13 colonies.
Seafood and Ocean City.
It's all about the crabs man!
Why do I feel the urge to search Urban Dictionary on this one?
It's in a permanent berth, so, I guess the keel could be resting on the bottom of the harbor pierside. But, I think it's more likely that the waterline appears that high due to the fact that she isn't loaded.
Birthplace and home of novelist Tom Clancy
Oh agreed - it's about as representative of the whole of Maryland as where i live now (Arlington) is of Virginia - but I've spent a good time in areas like Gaithersburg, Baltimore, College Park, Beltsville and Annapolis where I used to and still do have high school and college friends.
Still - Potomac isn't a bad place to grow up in.