Backroads & Byways of Maryland – Book Review

backroads & Byways of Maryland

While checking out the quaint town of Oakland, MD just outside Deep Creek Lake I wandered into a fantastic bookstore that had great travel books and small town personal service with a smile. The store is the Book Mark’et & Antique Mezzanine. I was pleased to find this resource of backroads and byways in Maryland. The book is called Backroads & Byways of Maryland and includes all the great destinations in Maryland. The book has alot of interesting information about the history of these places, restaurants and inns. Personally I think it should be called something more like Great Destinations In Maryland because it is more about the destination spots than the Backroads and Byways. In fact I would say it isn’t about byways at all. As far as docovering new scenic roads it is no help but it is still a good resource, especially if you are new to traveling in Maryland. Click here for more information.

Diana sitting in front of the Book Market & Mezzanine

Diana sitting on a bench outside the Book Market & Antique Mezzanine in Oakland, Maryland


2 Responses to “Backroads & Byways of Maryland – Book Review”

  1. I am originally from MD but took up motorcycling after moving to CO. I sure would like to take my Road King back to MD some day and tear up those country roads in southern MD or on the beautiful Eastern Shore. I bet taking a bike over the Bay Bridge would be a trip.

  2. Nice views from the bridge for sure. Not so much fun in the wind or the rain.

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