In the early spring of 1975, I was in western Maryland and decided it would be a good time to climb Backbone Mountain. At an elevation of 3,662′ it is the high point for the Old Line State. It was a glorious day with blue skies, early spring wildflowers, and several wildlife sightings. I was so enraptured that I wrote. an article about the experience and it was published, along with several of my photographs, as a major feature in the Maryland Conservationist Magazine. I've had many other adventures in Maryland, including puttering about the islands of Chesapeake Bay, and three days on the Appalachian Trail, crossing the state from it's southern border with West Virginia to it's Northern border with Pennsylvania, on the Mason-Dixon Line. I've visited each of the 24 Counties in Maryland on multiple occasions.
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