Historic Annapolis – The Agent’s Hometown before New York City

May 3, 2009

Annapolis is the town I grew up in.  It’s also the sailing capital of the US.  I love the Colonial houses and all of the sail boats.  Check out some of the great things Annapolis has to offer below.  I found these iamges on Flickr.

Sailboat in the harbor.  This is pretty much an average scene in Annapolis, or "Naptown"

Sailboat in the harbor. This is pretty much an average scene in Annapolis, or "Naptown"

Colonial houses with the Capital Building in the background

Colonial houses with the Capital Building in the background

Chick & Ruth's Delicatessen.  I have some great memories here!  They make amazing milk shakes!

Chick & Ruth's Delicatessen. I have some great memories here! They make amazing milk shakes!

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Main Street decked out for Navy week

Main Street decked out for Navy week

Sail boat races

Sail boat races

Great Colonial with the capital building

Great Colonial with the capital building

Great blue door with the historic landmark plaque

Great blue door with the historic landmark plaque

Annapolis on a misty morning

Annapolis on a misty morning

Great shot of Annapolis capital

Great shot of Annapolis capital

Middleton's Tavern - My buddy used to bounce here and I had lots of good times with D-Burg.

Middleton's Tavern - My buddy used to bounce here and I had lots of good times with D-Burg.

Chesapeake Bay blue crabs.  We used to catch these by the bucket in the creek behind my house

Chesapeake Bay blue crabs. We used to catch these by the bucket in the creek behind my house

The Rams Head Taven - A lot of good times were spent here as well!

The Rams Head Taven - A lot of good times were spent here as well!

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