Bypoints : For Want of a Key
Thoughts on nearly getting stranded in Tilghman. Thought number one: it’s really not a bad place to be stranded. Read this article
Marina Hopping : The Wait Is Over—Hooray!
Schaefer’s Canal House on the C&D Canal has reopened at last, and senior editor Jody Argo Schroath heads to Chesapeake City to try it on for size. Read this article
Cruise of the Month : It’s Practically Patriotic
A cruise to Mount Vernon was a thing of beauty and a joy for about three hours, until a foul wind stirred up a bit of unrest among the populace. All in all, for Jody Argo Schroath, it was an educational experience.
Angler’s Almanac : Smartphones Pay Off for Smart Anglers
Our fishing guru John Page Williams takes the plunge into the modern world of smartphones and their many useful apps. He also makes a strong case for investing in a water-tight cloaking device to keep that smartphone ticking.
Bay Journal : Tilting Toward Nukes
Yes, the idea of nuclear power is scary. How can it not be, given the dangers of radiation sickness, reactor meltdowns and WMDs? But, says Tom Horton, it may in fact be our best option, clean-energy-wise.