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It's a beautiful day
The two RV Gypsies visited friends in Maryland
and they went boating on the Magothy River 
September 28, 2013

Barbara and Bob's house
Karen Duquette and her friend Barbara
panorama of house and water

Looking down from the house to the dock and Looking up from the dock to the house

Looking down from the house to the dock
Looking up from the dock to the house

Lee Duquette and Bob getting the boat ready to go

Lee Duquette and Bob
Lee Duquette and Bob

Bob, Barbara, Karen and Donna

Bob, Barabra, Karen and Donna
Bob, Barabra, Karen and Donna

Barbara taking a picture of Lee as Lee was taking a picture of Barbara (don't have that photo yet though)

Bob, Barabra, Karen and Donna
Bob, Barabra, Karen and Donna

The Magothy River is a relatively small, mostly tidal river with a watershed area (including the water surface) of 44 square miles, or 35 square miles of land. Thus, its total watershed area is 20% water. It starts in Millersville, and flows into Chesapeake Bay next to Gibson Island. It is probably best known among recreational boaters for the popular anchorage behind Dobbins Island. Its navigable tidal portion is crossed by one bridge, located on Magothy Bridge Road in Pasadena. The Baltimore Light Station marks the mouth of the river.

The Magothy River

There are many beautiful and interesting houses on the Magothy River, some large and some not-so-large. But below are five (5) houses that the two RV Gypsies found most amusing.

A Partially round house

A house with its own lighthouse

A Partially round house
A house with its own lighthouse

A big house made mostly of Glass

A house with it's own unique shape

A big house made mostly of Glass
A house with it's own unique shape

This house is built entirely over the Magothy River

This house is built entirely over the Magothy River
This house is built entirely over the Magothy River

laughing dudeLee took this panorama and the movement of the boat gave the photo an interesting, unique warped dip in the middle.

The Magothy River with a warped dip
The Magothy River
an island on The Magothy River
another an island on The Magothy River

Karen Duquette was totally relaxed and enjoyed the boat ride on The Magothy River, as well as a small portion of the Chesapeake Bay. What a wonderful life!

Karen Duquette is totally relaxed and enjoying the boat ride
Karen Duquette is totally relaxed

Lee Duquette with friends, Barbara and Bob

Lee Duquette and Barbara
Bob, Barbara, and Lee

A HORSE FARM ON THE MAGOTHY RIVER

A HORSE FARM ON THE MAGOTHY RIVER
A HORSE FARM ON THE MAGOTHY RIVER
A HORSE FARM ON THE MAGOTHY RIVER
A HORSE FARM ON THE MAGOTHY RIVER
A HORSE FARM ON THE MAGOTHY RIVER

The houseboat below is used by residents of the nearby private island for parties.

A LARGE HOUSEBOAT ON THE MAGOTHY RIVER

Osprey nest on a pole in the River

Lots of sailboats

Osprey nest
Lots of sailboats

The Baltimore Light Station marks the mouth of the river.

The Baltimore Light Station
The Baltimore Light Station

A pontoon kayak that the person peddles instead of using paddles.

A pontoon kayak
A pontoon kayak

Cruising past Ferry Point and The Point Crab House Grill, Bob told the two RV Gypsies that the crab cakes and other food there is fantastic, so the two RV Gypsies immediately decided that is where they will have dinner tonight.

Cruising past Ferry Point
The Point Crab House Grill

Later, the two RV Gypsies drove their truck to Ferry Point to have dinner at The Point Crab House and Grill.

Ferry Point Marina sign
Ferry Point Marina sign
The Point Crab House sign

Lee Duquette waited for his fish and chips dinner.

Karen enjoyed the Crab Cakes with Spicy Remoulade, Fresh Lemon and Fresh Tomato- the best she's ever had. She also loved the Cream of Crab Soup and her Pineapple Martini.

Lee Duquette at The Point Crab House
crab cakes

Karen Duquette took a walk by the sailboats and other boats while Lee waited to pay the bill.

sailboats
Lee Duquette at The Point Crah House

A mural on the wall of The Point Crab House & Grill

A mural on the wall of The Point Crab House & Grill
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Menu for the two RV Gypsies Adventures
in Maryland
September 25-29, 2013

You may visit these five (5) sites in any order you choose.

bullet United States Naval Academy in Annapolis

bullet World War II Memorial

bullet Boating on The Magothy River

bullet Westminster with cousins

bullet Washington DC / Capitol KOA campground

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go to the next adventure of the two RV GypsiesAFTER you have viewed all five sites above, please continue on to the two RV Gypsies adventures in the USA state of Delaware