It’s almost summer, and we can’t stop daydreaming about packing up the car and hitting the road. We’re sharing five travel items made in Maryland to make sure you have what you need as you get out and explore.
An attention-grabbing towel
Let everyone know how much you love the Old Line State with a beach towel featuring a crab and the Maryland flag!
A tasty gift
Need to grab a gift on the road? Whether you’re looking for a hostess gift, Father’s Day gift, or a just-because gift, fresh coffee from a local roaster is always a hit.
A soothing balm
Nothing can ruin a road trip faster than poison ivy or skin covered in bug bites. Keep this handmade salve from Twin Oaks Farm in Harford County handy and explore in comfort!
A healthy snack
As if you needed more reasons for munching, check out these fun facts about Michele’s Granola: the bakery runs on wind power and every product is recyclable, the company donates a percentage of all sales, and they’re passionate about creating a team diverse in age, race, and orientation.
A gripping book
What could be better than reading while road tripping? Reading books set in Maryland! Our editorial manager is eager to read the novel Inn Significant, written by one of our very own contributors, and set in the small town of Oxford, Maryland.
“I love including real places in my work to make it feel authentic, such as the Scottish Highland Creamery, one of the best ice cream joints on the Eastern Shore,” says Stephanie Verni, author of Inn Significant.
You can grab the book on Amazon, but why not pop into an independent bookstore along your travels? Find Inn Significant and other books by Verni at Park Books in Severna Park and Mystery Loves Company in Oxford.
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