Monday, August 10, 2009

St. Michael's in Maryland

A recent vacation to visit family. Crab cakes and all things fishy.....YUM!

The pier.

My father-in-law's boat. Small but speedy!

Fishing. Harder than it looks to actually catch something other than twigs or seaweed.

The feeding of the ducks. Yearly necessity.

Boat gas station. Hadn't you always wondered how all that gas got into those boats too?


The windblown look....

The best part. Me, taking the wheel of a boat. One step closer to my dream of boat ownership. I think I am more of a pontoon kind of gal though.

12 comments:

Kat said...

I LOVE crab cakes! Looks like a great time with th family.

Michele said...

Oh, that looks so fun and I'm with Kat... LOVE those crab cakes!

Mountain Woman said...

Crab cakes, yum!!! But my favorite part is being out on the water. What a lot of fun. I'm very envious.

Cindy said...

Looks like a wonderful time. Thanks for stopping by my blog! Have a great day.

Heather Sunseri said...

Crab cakes are awesome! I also saw the Mad Libs on your Saturday post. I LOVE mad libs. They keep my kids busy for hours in the car.

Thanks for stopping by my blog and introducing yourself!

Stephanie Faris said...

Lots of fun! I remember renting a boat with some friends and being amazed at the boat fueling stations. I didn't realize such things existed!

Jody Hedlund said...

What a fun family time together! I just love making those special memories!

Karen said...

What great memories for your kids. My dad had a fishing boat and my kids (now grown) love remembering those times. Pictures are priceless. What fun!

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I see our connection is the lovely Jeanette.

Your kids are sooo cute!

Blessings

Susie from Bienvenue said...

Now that looks like some good fun!

Tabitha Bird said...

thanks for visiting my blog. Love those photos.

Terri Tiffany said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog today:) It looks like you had a lot of fun with your family on the trip!!

SonyaAnn said...

How wonderful! I would love to own a boat, I just need to get over always being sea sick!

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