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Old 12-29-2005, 09:05 PM
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Unique island on Maryland's eastern shore. It used to be predonimantly a waterman's island (crabbers) inhabited by a few big families and their relatives. Not much going on there except Harrison's which is a restaurant at the bridge, a few other restaurants, and a bed & breakfast at the opposite end. Close knit bunch of people down there and I probably wouldn't want to have a second home there if that's what you're looking for. It's a half hour to amenities which could be a pain at times, however if it's a "get-away" place you want then maybe it fits the bill. There's a ton of much better areas on the eastern shore that I'd feel better about owning a second home on. That area is my home away from home, if you want more info on Tilghman or any other eastern shore town, let me know.
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Old 12-30-2005, 01:29 PM
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I got engaged on Tilghman Is. during the Choptank River Poker Run a couple years ago. You have to drive through (by land) St. Michaels to get there. St. Mike's has some nice B&Bs and a good town to walk around and window shop.
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Unique island on Maryland's eastern shore. It used to be predonimantly a waterman's island (crabbers) inhabited by a few big families and their relatives. Not much going on there except Harrison's which is a restaurant at the bridge, a few other restaurants, and a bed & breakfast at the opposite end. Close knit bunch of people down there and I probably wouldn't want to have a second home there if that's what you're looking for. It's a half hour to amenities which could be a pain at times, however if it's a "get-away" place you want then maybe it fits the bill. There's a ton of much better areas on the eastern shore that I'd feel better about owning a second home on. That area is my home away from home, if you want more info on Tilghman or any other eastern shore town, let me know.

Sounds like where we have a house:

Cobb Island, MD
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