Havre De Grace – about 3 miles

5/2/2020 City loop

Location: Tydings Park, 352 Commerce St. Havre De Grace, MD 21078

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We met up with my Sis Chris and her niece Kait and her doggie Max in the Tydings Park parking area and walked north on S. Washington St.

Mag’s first meeting with Max was a little loud since Max is a puppy who loves to bark. Mag being a cool cucumber though helped to calm him down.

The houses are super cute and lots of them has cute decorations too.

Mailbox

Mag also posed on several benches but they all got R rated because of his wee wee showing. I can attest that he is super cute on them though.

At Green St. we turned left for two blocks then walked back on the other side until S. Union Ave.

On Warren St. we cross towards the circle’s Lafayette statue. I didn’t take a pic because he was wearing a mask. It seems like this statue gets dressed a lot….google it.

From here we walked down to Susquehanna River with a view of the Railroad Bridge.

At Franklin St. we had to come back onto St. John St. since there is no water access road. Under one of the alcoves there two payphone booths. We don’t see these around anymore.

We passed Seneca Cannery Antiques on our left with this fancy sign.

Continue on Market St. took us to the community gardens and these very cool murals.

We took a detour to Blue Bill Lane to see some friends but they weren’t home. Cutting through Red Head Way to Girard St. spot us out at the Concord St. exercise park. This cool looking historic bug was parked there. I loved the look.

Our next stop was Concord Point with the lighthouse.

Even the Little Library on the shore is dressed up….

The ‘Big fish, School of fish’ stainless steel sculpture by Thomas Sterner is absolutely mesmerizing! It’s made out of small fish making this huge fish up in the air.

By this time Max and Mag become good buddies.

View of the pier.

Off course Mag had to take a dip in the head of Chesapeake Bay with some geese floating in the close distance.

Heading out from Concord Point we passed the Maritime Museum on Lafayette St. which has awesome murals as well.

Outside there is this huge buoy and propeller.

Turned left on Market St. again to head back to our cars.

Just a fun walk in a historic, beautiful little town. Recommend to head down there and check it out.

I forgot to start the app. to track mileage….

Published by magzilla44

Magzilla, our AMSTAFF has rescued us in 2017 on a rainy day in May. It was a rough start because we didn’t know anything about him after him walking up on our property. But he has showed us what an amazing person he is and things became happily ever after pretty quick. He is very social, both with people and other pets. He loves his cat sisters and brothers and off course walking.

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