Boatyard Adventure

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For this week’s weekly photo challenge (WPC), illustrating a narrow view, is my photograph of a bow thruster on an old salty boat.  We were in Oxford, Maryland exploring boat yards.  I believe it was at Hinckley Yacht Sales.   If only bow thrusters could talk…the places this boat has been.

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The main attraction of Oxford, in my opinion, is Cutts & Case Shipyard.  It has everything from an old Indian Motocycle (original spelling) to beautiful old wooden boats. Nautical bits and pieces seem to fit beautifully in and among the grounds.  Oxford also has lots of bunnies, cottages and white picket fences.  The general store, library, and Post Office are all on the tiny scale and complete the town’s old timey vibe.   I used to ride my bike from St. Michaels, hop the short ferry to Oxford and bike myself to a divey place on the water where I’d eat fried oyster sandwiches.

 

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