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$29.95 DVD High Definition ~ All Regions Worldwide
Item Code : BENN1761
DVD At Chick & Ruth's Delly in Annapolis they've been starting the day with the Pledge of Allegiance for over 15 years! Proud residents of Maryland's capitol know their state is rich in culture and traditions. The state capitol is also the sailing capitol of the world and home of the Woodwind Schooners and America's first sailing school where "anybody can learn to sail". Across the bay, PRS Guitars turns exotic hardwoods into some of the finest electric guitars in the world. In Ocean City, leisure & recreation are embraced enthusiastically and marinas, water parks and campgrounds are full of visiting tourists in the summer. Assateague Island National Seashore is a coastal treasure with miles of beaches and sand dunes, inhabited by wild feral horses left by 17th century farmers. Blue Crabbing is an industry that fights to survive in the Chesapeake Bay. Local watermen begin their day early and never know what they will catch until the day is over. Crab processing continues the work of bringing these tasty crustaceans to market. Preservation of traditions like these takes place at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in Crisfield where, not only is the past preserved, but skills like wooden boat building continue to be taught to new generations. Ducks of every size shape and color flock to the Decoy Museum in Havre de Grace. From the valuable antiques of the nineteenth century to modern mantelpiece artworks, hand-carved wooden decoys are taken very seriously in this quaint little community that's carved a niche in the duck business. Maryland is a beautiful, geographically diverse state with a rich maritime heritage defined in no small measure by the Chesapeake Bay but the hills, woods and waters of Western Maryland contain gems no less treasured including Cunningham Falls, Antietam and Potomac Falls.
$24.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide
Item Code : FNLY1763
DVD. Finely-Holiday Films. Run Time: 76 minutes Format: Region: plays worldwide. DVD Extra: New Theaters & Galleries Tour A Reflection of the Man Features the mansion, gardens & outbuildings Two bonus videos Explore Vernon's rarely seen upper 3rd floor Over an hour of video. A REFLECTION OF THE MAN This fully-narrated DVD tours Mount Vernon - home of America's most famous hero. Washington's personality and interests are evident everywhere. Textbooks describe the General and the President, but Mount Vernon, as seen in this DVD program, tells us about the man. Rich DVD Extras include a tour of the new galleries, theaters and more. MANSION, GARDENS & OUTBUILDINGS Washington's home is shown in its entirety, including the third floor, which is not usually viewed by the public. Rooms and furnishings are described in relation to George and Martha's daily lives. The flower gardens, overseer's quarters and other outbuildings - essential parts of this large and busy plantation- are all included.