Road Trip to Cambridge to visit the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center which is about 8 miles out of Cambridge. This property was donated by the National Park Service.
A lot of visual displays and history.
From there we headed to downtown Cambridge, to the Harriet Tubman Museum.
And of course the Viral Internet mural (3 year old reaching out to the 3D artwork).
Inside a guy was filming one of the volunteers in an oral history presentation. We watched a video of Tubman’s life. Very informative.
I liked the fearless shirt.
Another mural outside depicting life in Cambridge.
Burnt out Western Auto
In the alley across the street.
The inside of the building the graffiti is written on.
Headed to the river to find a place to eat. Crab dealer and processor. Kathy framing out a photo for me. Crab meat shot up in price – $30/lb.
Decided to eat here. The crab soup was terrible! More like cabbage and warm water soup. Kathy’s cream of crab was good. Rest of meal good.
Sitting outside to eat. a beautiful day.
Stopped traffic and raised the bridge for this little boat.
A great day in Cambridge! If you ever get down here, do yourself a favor and visit the museums and UGRR concerning Tubman. Lots of history people just aren’t aware of. Also, we did this trip on the day that the Treasury Secretary decided not to put Tubman on the $20 bill.