Spy Eye: Saying Thanks to Eastern Shore Watermen

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For the 5th year in a row, the Talbot Watermen’s Association and the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum demonstrated a fine collaboration as the two hosted some 2000+ visitors for a watermen’s rodeo boat docking contest, music, arts, games and an annual crab feast in St. Michaels today. Celebrities from the Deadliest Catch, political candidates for MD offices and a collection of exotic animals combined in that Shore old maritime way with boat rides, white boots, roaring diesel engines, Bird Dog Wheeler/the Road Kings and plenty of JO and Old Bay for an authentic and memorable Eastern Shore afternoon.

Talbot Watermen The Crab PLace Boat docks watching on docs dog and tortise carol bean Bird Dog Wheeler crabs John Mautz and friend boy with boat tables workboats crab mallets gay's seafood

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About Kathy Bosin

Letters to Editor

  1. Thank you for covering the Talbot County Watermen’s Association’s event at CBMM. We are grateful to work with the watermen in presenting this event, and especially for all the folks who came out to join us for the day. This year’s event was by far the best, and promises only more opportunities to make great memories with us and the watermen in the future. Thank you again.

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