Tag: maritime

Maine, So Far Away

Sweet the memory is to me Of a land beyond the sea, Where the waves and mountains meet, Where amid her balsam trees Sits Acadia in the heat, Bathing ever her white feet In the tideless summer seas.  (Original poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow – “Amalfi” with minor word changes)

Iced In

Along Kent Island is a small and safe harbor that houses a number of crab, fishing and oyster boats. A true Chesapeake Bay Watermen’s local haven, where the century long tradition of creating a livelihood from the bay is held. This winter has been an exceptionally cold winter. […]