Thursday, May 7, 2009

Around the beautiful Crisfield City Dock.

Around the beautiful Crisfield City Dock

12 comments:

Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades. said...

Wait take me with you!

Marilyn said...

Would love to float around the bay also!!
Have a great day!
Love,
Marilyn
xxoo

gigi said...

I might be late on my post on gardens.

You be safe on all your adventures.

Joanne said...

I could easily spend an afternoon sitting on Crisfield's dock there, boatwatching, and dreaming a little, too.

GingerV said...

I am glad you are busy - you love your work so you must also be happy. I read the poem very nice and a great tribute.

Noelle said...

How I wish I was in Crisfield right now!!! I love your photos of your quaint town...a breath of fresh air for a weary girl. How are you doing my friend?

Merisi said...

When I spotted "Crisfield, Maryland", I had to come over!
Up until a little more than three years ago, my home was in the DC area, and I loved taking trips to to the Chesapeake Bay, such bounty of beautiful places along its shores!

I'd love to come along on a boat ride with you! :รถ)

Patty said...

Noe, Noe: Permission to come on board.

Marilyn: I think we can find another life jacket for you.

Gigi: Reggie Girl is going to fire me.

Joanne: I'll being a picnic basket.

GingerV: Yep. Love my work, but love my blogging, too. Unfortunately, blogging doesn't pay the bills. Have a great trip, gal!

Noelle: Keep us in mind. You have a vacation coming up.

Merisi: Welcome to the Crisfield blog. You should think about coming back for a visit.

Kim said...

I read Gordon's poem.

Wow, he has amazing talent. I want to frame it and put it in our little water craft.

Boating is fun!

Patty said...

Kim: I am sure Gordon would love to know that his poem was out to sea, or at least on the water. I would like to put both his and Daddy Art's poem in our boat, side by side.

Missy said...

I miss riding on a boat now, it's been a year :-) I will visit Gordon's blog to see the poem, thanks

Doreen said...

good luck on your assignments Patty.

Gordon's poem is magnificent!