Tilghman Island, MD

Last week I took a quick trip to Crisfield, Maryland and Chincoteague, Virginia. Driving down on Tuesday and back on Thursday, I didn’t have a lot of time to explore but just enough to get a feel for the area. I will return for a longer stay.

During the drive down it was cloudy with a little drizzle here and there and for a short time, some fairly heavy rain. It was a very gray day as you can see from the “color”  images below. But I didn’t mind.

Along the way I took a quick detour through St. Michaels and down to Tilghman Island. It wasn’t raining there but the skys were heavy.

The island is separated from the mainland by Knapp’s Narrows. A drawbridge connects the two sides. I caught a local waterman passing under the bridge.


~ by Rsmith on September 13, 2014.

2 Responses to “Tilghman Island, MD”

  1. Be careful with that word “passing.” If you change the a to an i, you have a funny sentence indeed.

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