Things to Do in Earleville

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  • Ann W
    9 contributions
    Our tour today was started by Patricia for the first half, and Robin finished the second half. Our tour was around an hour and we spent another hour walking around the grounds. Tour guides are excellent. They knew a tremendous amount of information about the objects in the rooms, the property itself during the various owners, and extensive information about the furnishings and architecture. The tour was very interesting. We were able to go to the roof deck to see the amazing view. Go on a sunny day with good weather. There are two miles of loose stone roads leading up to the museum property.
    Written October 19, 2023
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  • Glendawpb
    Ocala, FL213 contributions
    This farm offers a tour that is educational, enlightening & most enjoyable. Interacting with the alpacas is a rewarding experience. These alpacas are extremely well cared for. It is very interesting to observe their various behaviors and their interaction among the herd.

    My guides, Robin and owner Mitchell, were friendly, professional, and willingly shared information about the alpacas. Their love for these alpacas is truly evident.

    Being able to see the Fiber Mill in action and witness first-hand processing provides an in-depth view into the many steps that are required to process the fleece. It truly creates a very clear vision to the intricate procedure and why alpaca fiber and alpaca made accessories cost what they do.

    Broaden your knowledge…immerse yourself in this adventure. Visit the farm and witness the Fiber Mill where alpaca fiber is processed.

    Very rewarding tour for me. Allows an up close & personal experience into the life of an alpaca and the full cycle from shearing to final product.

    Nominal tour fee charged which makes this experience very affordable. Support small business and enjoy this worthwhile experience. Don’t forget to browse the gift shop and further support small business.
    Written March 20, 2023
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  • tracy m
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    I had such a great time at Broken Spoke Winery! Really enjoyed their wine selection! The venue is beautiful.
    Written April 28, 2023
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  • phyllismS
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    I have been going to my beach since I was 5. I am 69. We have had several homes in my beach . We belong to the boat beach area. Very pleasure. I am going to have my ashes dropped in the water.
    Written May 4, 2023
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  • Arthur Daniel L
    Salisbury, MD3 contributions
    I was the organist in Sr Stephen's Episcopal Church a few years ago, for a number of years. I was an "outsider" and was never fully "received," despite however hard I tried to meet their expectations. I estimate that 3/4 of the parishioners are converts from other church denominations and that the remainder are long-term family members of the parish. the parish is definitely "family focused." I 'd say 2/3 of the parishioners are "come heres" and that the rest are native Eastern Shore people ("from heres") ---most all of whom attached themselves to St Stephen's because "all the people there are like me."

    The church is beautiful, having been redecorated and updated and modernized by members of the Du Pont family. The parish is the last and only remaining parish in the state of Maryland that owns its original glebe, a 300-acre farm that is rented out and that substantially contributes to the income of the parish. The glebe has been owned by the parish since colonial times. Other parishes in Maryland may have church farms, but St Stephen's is the only true colonial glebe. The church, parish house and cemetery and rectory "sit" on a corner of the glebe property. there is unfortunately, a bad echo/vibration problem in the open work beam ceiling which cases audio problems. It could be addressed in the way acoustics are corrected in concert halls if the parish chose to do it and had the money. the church is carpeted throughout.

    The parishioners are nice people but tend to be clannish. Their "vision and world view" tends to be focused inwardly rather than towards the world. When I was there, the parish was not racially integrated, but this is in rural, remote Cecil County, MD. There is a small church school. The number of parishioners corresponds to other rural Methodist or other Protestant Churches in the area. The glebe and church complex "sits" adjacent to a small Amish farming community. The Parish, North Sassafras Parish< is one of the original 30 Parishes created by the Maryland Legislature in 1692 at thee Establishment of the Church of England in Maryland and always has been historically leanly populated ever since the subsequent American Revolution. The people are frugal and prudent financially.

    This, St Stephen's Church, North Sassafras Parish, is a nice, small Episcopal Church that takes a while and an effort to get to know.
    Written January 3, 2023
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