Quote, originally posted by RedFire2K Â»yea..she says theirs not much to do down there lol..I guess it depends on what you like to do. Maybe she doesn't have anybody to do it with until you come down. What types of public activities do you two hope to find in a place? There are probably a ton of tourism sites that will paint a beautiful picture of MD, and Baltimore. I'll let you find them From the Appalachians to the Chesapeake, to the Atlantic, there is a lot of diverse geography in the state. Baltimore is a big city, there are bad neighborhoods in every big city. Chesapeake Bay Blue Crabs are a local food specialty, and if you have some, here is what you need to know to be like the natives:1. If you get a crab cake, take a bite, then look at it, think for a moment, and then say "This place uses more filler than I do"2. If you pick hardshells, at some point look skeptically at someone else's pile of discarded shell, point, and say "There's still a lot of good meat in there"MD spends a lot of money on roads, most of them are in pretty good shape. Right turn on red after stop unless otherwise posted. Yield for pedestrians, even when they do stupid things. What direction of "just outside of Baltimore" is she?