Tag Archives: MD

Browsing in Ellicott City

Back in October, Mr. Prose and I drove over to Ellicott City, Md., because it had been years since either of us was there. I didn’t remember anything but the old train my kids enjoyed playing around in, but was … Continue reading

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Kensington’s Antique Row

Hey, everyone. Hope you all had a wonderful weekend. I am beginning to fall behind on my photos–one of the good things about doing a 365 project–so I’m posting some taken a few months ago. Kensington, Maryland, has the oldest … Continue reading

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Pumpkinpalooza, part II

Can you believe the color on these pumpkins? They really are this orange. Have never seen this variety before. Nor these: The ones on the right look like pink lace, don’t they? Did I mention that chickens were running around … Continue reading

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Pumpkinpalooza, part I

As I mentioned yesterday, Mr. Prose and I went to Sugarloaf Mountain, with a stop at the coolest pumpkin stand. It’s called Comus Market and is located across from the Comus Inn, a lovely place to eat (red roofs in¬†background.) … Continue reading

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I heart signs

Hey, everyone, hope you had a great weekend. One of the things we did was visit Easton, Maryland, on the Eastern shore. I’ve always heard about the place, but never been. I was surprised at how old the town is–it … Continue reading

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New Market, Maryland on the iPhone

Hello there. I shot this on my iPhone in a 200 year-old Maryland town called New Market. The population was less than 500 in year2000, but it’s known as the “Antiques Capital of Maryland.” Back to the photo. After removing … Continue reading

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