Boat Show Going, Annapolis Strolling

Sunday remained unsettled enough to keep us on board for much, but not all of the day. Our breakfast receipt from Main Ingredient entitled us to Buy one, get a second ½ off on dinner entrees Sun- Thurs.  How could we pass it up? Another walk through the park, but in true Cinderella fashion our return deadline was 7pm- when the park would close and so would the gates that led to our dinghy. The weather was showing marked signs of improvement by 4pm; I was so happy I danced on the balance beams 🙂

Yippee! The rain has stopped.

Yippee! The rain has stopped.

Monday we called the nice (I suppose so; he didn’t speak to us) taxi cab man for a pick-up at the park’s Visitor Center and within 10mins the Annapolis Sailboat Show was ours for the day.

Pedal & Paddle- and Ortolan in Harness Creek

Pedal & Paddle- and Ortolan in Harness Creek

The sun shines on the visitor center at Quiet Waters

The sun shines on the visitor center at Quiet Waters

BIG cat Orion in Ego Alley- all 90 ft of her.

BIG cat Orion in Ego Alley- all 90 ft of her.

The biggest in the show was Orion, not found in the multihull area but in the Charter Vacation section. We signed up to be used as her sailing dinghy; she didn’t have enough toys. 🙂

Oldest in the nation state house still in legislative use

Oldest in the nation state house still in legislative use

State House

The old Treasury building sits on the State House grounds

The Old Treasury Building sits on the State House grounds

Info about the old treasury building

Info about the old treasury building

Motivated pedi-cab driver tries to tempt customers

Motivated pedi-cab driver tries to tempt customers

 

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4 thoughts on “Boat Show Going, Annapolis Strolling

  1. I always understood the use of bicycle cabs in Asia since two passengers equals only 200 pounds, but I have to admire those in the US, since its citizens are considerably over that weight limit. I guess you have amazing legs in that profession!

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