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Over 100 and still cruising
One hundred years is a long time for a wooden boat to survive on the Chesapeake Bay. However, one such vessel still plying bay waters after a century is Elsie Louise, also named Georgeanna and Veteran, which was built in 1914 in Irvington by boatbuilder J. Wood Tull.
07.31.201410 things to do in Colonial Beach
Grab the fishing pole and head to Hawthorn Street to the Municipal Pier, which marks the south end of the boardwalk. The pier extends 500 feet into the Potomac River and offers great bottom fishing.
07.31.2014Destination dining just up the river
Located at Coles Point Marina and Boatyard, The Landing Restaurant boasts seafood favorites and offers a vibe that says you’re not in the Northern Neck anymore; you’re somewhere south and tropical.
07.07.2014A bigger, better Maritime Museum rises from the ashes
On July 18, 2012, fire largely destroyed the Deltaville Maritime Museum and the adjacent events pavilion. Understandably, everyone associated with the organization and facility was demoralized, but only briefly.