Monthly Archives: March 2011

Coast Guard rescues woman in Potomac near Key Bridge

BALTIMORE — Coast Guard Station Washington, D.C., crewmembers rescued a woman from the Georgetown Channel near the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Washington, D.C., after her single-person vessel capsized Sunday. Rescued was…

Bill will seize riparian rights

By Rich Pelz The CHESAPEAKE HB 208 A bill to Confiscate all riparian rights shellfish grounds by the state of Maryland. Gone are the good old days. You can read…

Beneath the Surface: Chapter Three

By Larry Jarboe THE CHESAPEAKE The warm wet wake-up kiss on his forehead was a pleasant introduction to the greater challenge of arising from the dressing chair that he had…

Your Great Escape

When you wake up in the morning to cold rain and snow in our Chesapeake Bay watershed, believe it or not, the weather is warm and the sun is shining…

The Chesapeake Arrives In The Archives

By Vi Englund THE CHESAPEAKE For the first time in fifty two years I returned to the campus of the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley. It is located just…

Skills of a Farm Boy

 The thought of one of Mama’s squirrel pies with potatoes and onions with a thick brown crust sounded pretty good to me.

Our Shore

Writers often speak of the influence in one’s life in living near one of nature’s phenomena, a forest, a mountain or a plain. Ours is our creek and river shore,…

Almost Free Diving — Part One

How many loyal readers of the CHESAPEAKE remember watching the courageous exploits of Lloyd Bridges who played Mike Nelson in the T.V. series, “Sea Hunt”? I sense this very fictitious…

Getting ready for spring warms the winter

There is one redeeming fact about the month of February. It is a short month. Hopefully, this edition of the CHESAPEAKE will warm your heart as we anticipate the return…

Hunting Daniel Boone style

As I sit in my living room typing this hunting article, I am enjoying the warmth from my woodstove, and know full well it is currently in the teens outside….