VOLUME 30 - NUMBER 6 - OCTOBER 2000
The Great Divine
Cruising the Choptank River last spring, managing editor Jane Meneely found a slice of paradise.
Bugging Out of the
Whether its a walk
through Historic Annapolis,
a jaunt to London Town
or an anchorage in
Whitehall Bay, CBM
editors can get you
Beyond the Beaten Table
Jay Livingston beats a track toward some of the more diverse eateries around Annapolis, including a few pubs.
The Day Pat Melted
Writer and illustrator Jan Adkins was having a hot time of it
out on the river last summer, when all of a sudden. . . .
Snowbirds manage the good life
so many of us only dream about
Jay Livingston tells us how they do it.
An Outboard Odyssey
John Page Williams needed an outboard. CBM told him to shop till he dropped to learn whats new on the market.
Bay Window: Strike up the Band
Writer Gene Bjerke invites us aboard the Susan Constant for a closer look at life on a tall ship.
Staying on an Even KeelBalance is often the key to safety and good performance. By Tom Dove
Time-Tested: A Guide to Good Old Boats
A Happy MediumThe Luhrs 320 Convertible cuts both ways as a cruising and fishing boat. By Jack Hornor
Queen BThe Bermuda 40 blueblood. By Tom Dove
Waterway WaysideAtlantic Yacht Basin in Chesapeake, Va., is a pretty interesting place. By Jim Stalnaker
Too Close to NatureLeon Frank finds out what makes swans fly: his dinghy at 20 knots.
Cruise of the Month
Ribbb-it and RoarFrog Mortar Creek off Middle River made for a different kind of sojourn. By Tony Muldoon
An Education in the ClassicsM&M Boat Sales and Service in Baltimore. By Wendy Mitman Clarke
Fall on the MiddlegroundsOctober blows the fish into the Bay, and John Page Williams pulls them out.
Hiding in the CockpitFor George Trennig, losing his job wasnt as bad as refinishing all that teak!
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