Sunday, March 28, 2010

Pintail Point and Chesapeake Bay

I took my spring break to College Park, Maryland, to look for housing since I'll be here this summer for News21. My dad came down to meet me here and help me out. Conveniently enough, there is a world-class shooting preserve about an hour away that we have been to before called Pintail Point. It is an absolutely beautiful shooting course and we had a blast running it. 350 clays between the two of us - successful shoot. My dad shot a 63 and I scored a 77. After that, we took a light hike on Kent Narrows East, on the Chesapeake Bay. A pristine salt marsh with ample opportunities for bird watching. After that, some good seafood, a tour of the UM campus, beer, and college hockey frozen four playoffs. Tomorrow - apartment searching until we find something suitable for my summer stay here.

Photos © Jason Lenhart


maryland fishing charters said...

Nice pictures. You will find that Maryland's Eastern Shore is a nice, quiet retreat from the bustling western side of the Chesapeake Bay. Welcome to Maryland and hope you have a great time while you're here!

Jason Lenhart said...

Maryland Fishing Charters - Thanks for checking out my blog. I'm very excited to be exploring more of the bay this summer. If I may - how did you stumble across my blog?

Christian Parker said...

Really nice photos, Jason. Any time you've got great sporting clays photos like that, feel free to post 'em over on Our members would love to see them.