Maryland March 29, 2017
The 11 Best Decisions You Can Make In Maryland
When it comes to living in Maryland, some decisions are easy. Check out this list of the 11 best decisions you can make in the Old Line State. You can thank us later.
1. Always say yes to vinegar.
Lots and lots of vinegar.
2. Leave a bit early in case of traffic.
Best to get ahead, especially during peak commute hours.
3. Order the crab cakes.
You can't go wrong with ordering crab cakes at a Maryland restaurant. Just don't order them out of state.
4. Accept the fact that weather will always be unpredictable.
There's no making sense of it.
5. Get outdoors.
See the state's natural wonders up close. You'll be glad you did.
6. Stay hydrated.
If you haven't tried an orange crush, you're in for a treat.
7. Take time to learn about the past.
Stroll the battlefields, tour forts, and take time to appreciate the vast history of the state.
8. Shop local.
Support local businesses.
9. Go leaf peeping.
Fall is only around for a short time so drive around and take in the beauty while you can - especially in the western region of the state.
10. Dine al fresco.
Always choose the outdoor seat to take advantage of a nice day.
11. Eat blue crabs during autumn, too.
Most people think crabs are only for summer but they're actually plumper through early autumn.
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