TALBOT COUNTY - It provides a scenic view to the public. From carrying horses and men in 1683 to cars and pasengers in 2010, the Oxford Bellveu Ferry has seen it all. Judy and her husband Tom bought the ferry eight years ago.
The ride on the ferry lasts about ten minutes.
"We have a great time out on the water. It's a special time," said Judy.
After a quick ride on the ferry. It was time to meet Chef Mark. He owns the Historic Robert Morris Inn in Oxford. He moved into America's oldest operating Inn.
Robert Morris was America's money man behind the revolution and bought this home in 1710. Today it's home to relaxation.
Chef Mark also takes time to offer his famous crab cake with a new twist.
"Things are going surpisingly well. Many people enjoy visiting the Robert Morris Inn. I always say come and get away from it all," said Chef Mark.
Many people follow this advice with more and more visitors each year.
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