6 comments on “That’s the word with the wool on it

    • You’re right on the first part (visiting) but we don’t think living there much longer is possible… it’s sinking into the waters of Chesapeake Bay. Hilda Crockett’s Chesapeake House B&B is for sale (a fantasy to purchase and keep it going!) but reality indicates otherwise. Thanks for visiting 🙂 Hope all is well with you a world away!

  1. What a great trip and beautiful story. I just returned from a hiking and kayaking trip in the San Juan Islands and the Olympic Peninsula.

    Would love to see you. Miss you.

    Joanne

  2. Jean – this series on Tangier is wonderful! I’ve taken groups there about 12 times for Cross Currents Sea Kayaking and your photos capture the place better than any I’ve taken or seen! Great job!

    • OMG, thanks Rick! And many thanks again for a terrific experience. Use the pics as you like, and/or link over our way… The more folks who get to paddle there, the better 🙂 🙂

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