A couple of weekends ago, our small group went down and spent the weekend at Glen Mary Farms, a farm that has been in the Schmidt family for 30+ years (the Schmidt's are one of the couples in our group). Now some of you might be thinking that 30 years is a long time, but when you consider that Glen Mary Farm was started in 1694, it's not that long.
Glen Mary Farms is the southernmost end of the state; on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay. It is located on the eastern shore of the St. Mary's River (a tributary of the Potomac River) and is very close to St Mary's City, which was founded in 1634 by a group of English settlers.
It's 200 acres of rolling pastures, blackberries, soybeans, roaming bands of horses, six cows, at least 4 dogs, boats, multiple houses, and maybe a couple of goats. We had a great time with friends, relaxing, crabbing, eating the aforementioned crabs, and soaking up the great scenery. I've attached a couple of pictures for your viewing pleasure.
Glen Mary Farms, Maryland.
This is what it's all about. Tony Biasell...I wish you had been with us.
Gunner shakes it off.
Kristie, (Steve had to head back early for a soccer tourney), Katrina & Dave, David & Lizzette, Cristian & Andrea, Ginger & Spinner