Down by the riverside (sounds like a song) during the early morning hours when the fog is lifting and there remains a distinct chill in the air, a family can be seen walking along the banks of the Susquehanna River. This is the town of Havre de Grace (pronounced “Haaver dee Grayce”) Maryland, where the Susquehanna empties into the top of the Chesapeake Bay. The town was founded in 1782 and has a rich history. More on the town in future posts.
I noticed this group of people out strolling and thought it would make a nice image to remember my last visit there.
What looks like a large boat cleat in the left foreground is actually a large piece of driftwood. In the background is a high speed railroad bridge where I watched Amtrak’s Acela blow through town at speeds in the 90-100 MPH range. Anyway, the walkers knew I was taking their photo but didn’t seem to mind. And nor did I.