For dinner on Wed., on our eating tour of Ocean City Md., we ate at Huggins

For dinner on Wed., on our eating tour of Ocean City Md., we ate at Huggins
Crab House www.higginscrabhouse.com at 31st St. 410-289-2581

We choose to eat outside on the rooftop, which worked out well because it
gave us a great view of the sunset.

I ordered the Seafood Pasta, which includes over ½ pound of shrimp,
scallops, clams, and mussels sauteed, and served with a choice of Alfredo
or marinara sauce $25.99.

Caroline ordered Seafood Tacos, with Mahi Mahi. It included two tacos with
a fresh vegetable blend that has been infused with a special Asian sauce.
$15.49.

Our dinners were wonderful. The service was great. The restaurant was
nicely appointed and decorated and quite appealing.

If you go, ask for our server, Sherwood, he was friendly and very good. We
liked him.

Or ask for Emily Mitrovich. Emily is a Winter’s Mill High School graduate
from Westminster, who recently graduated from Salisbury University. She has
a teacher's certificate in early childhood education and is currently
looking for work in Carroll and Baltimore County public schools. Of course
we encouraged her to to come back to Carroll County.

It is a small world, after talking with Emily, she was able to recall that
she came to the Westminster mayor’s office to interview me when she was in
the third grade. I remember it well. What fun
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We ate at The Dough Rollers at 41st Street and the Coastal Highway #MSFA2017

We ate at The Dough Rollers at 41st Street and the Coastal Highway - right
next to the OC Convention Center, after the memorial service. It was nice
to sit down for a dinner and the place was very pleasant - almost like a
country restaurant. Our servers were really nice, the food was not
over-priced, and we both enjoyed our dinner. www.DoughRollerRestaurants.com
Sunday, June 18, 2017. #MSFA2017
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Class at the Maryland State Firemen’s Association

Class at the Maryland State Firemen’s Association convention in Ocean City
on “Social Media Best Practices and Tips” presented by Jennifer Williams,
the Public Relations Specialist with MFRI Sunday, 1445 hours June 18, 2017
#MSFA2017

Most fire and EMS departments have some type of social media profile, but
do they know how to manage it properly? This workshop will provide best
practices and tips from experienced Maryland PIOs and allow time for Q and
A with some of the experts!
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Chaplain Charlie Barnhart leads the Sunday morning w

Carroll County Chaplain Charlie Barnhart leads the Sunday morning worship
service at 10:30 a.m. at the Maryland State Firemen’s Assoc. Convention at
the Roland E. Powell Convention Center in Ocean City. This is the 10th
annual worship service. It was initiated by Chaplain Charlie Barnhart 10
years ago. Music is provided by Westminster Municipal Band members David
and Dandy Miller, Lisa Warner, and Ellen Nash-West. Sunday, June 18, 2017.
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For lunch Sat, June 10, 2017, Grammy, Caroline and I ate at local Korean Philly Cheese Steak Sandwic

For lunch Sat, June 10, 2017, Grammy, Caroline and I ate at local Korean
Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich in Newport News, Virginia.

We got off 64 at Rte 17 north, exit 259a. At the intersection of Rte 17 and
Old Oyster Point Road, we found “Straight Outta Philly,” at 12:15. Lunch
took an hour. We left at 1:15 and resumed driving up Rte 17.

I got a Philly Cheese Steak Pizza. I am not kidding. Grammy actually got a
Philly Cheese Steak. Caroline got the Korean Beef Bolgogi, with three
Mondoos and no Kimchi. All of our food was quite good.

The restaurant was clean, well-lit and nicely decorated in a vinyl record
musical theme. I especially appreciated several home-made signs that the
server explained, were made by a local regular customer.

One sign explained that ‘Tipping’ was not a faraway Chinese city… We sat
under a very large neon sign with the restaurant’s name.

We always take a great deal of pride in finding locally-owned restaurants
for eating when we are on the road. We like supporting local small
businesses. More often than not, they have a story to tell, the food is
great and the restaurant employees and servers are fun.

Straight Outta Philly was great. Our server was a local girl, who wants to
go to school to be an ultrasound technician. While we were there a number
of local folks came to eat, including two post office employees.

Straight Outta Philly

809 Old Oyster Point Road

Newport News, Virginia 23602
757-595-7860
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