Havre de Grace
Continuing their Journey northward, C.S. students arrive in the historic port town of the Upper Bay, Havre de Grace. Known around the country for the productive Susquehanna Flats and the abundant waterfowl that would feed on the once thriving underwater meadows of sub aquatic vegetation, Havre de Grace was also historically known for its role in transporting timber down from Pennsylvania and textiles from the South. C.S.’s first stop would be the Lock Museum followed by the Decoy Museum and finally a sunset sail on the Skipjack Martha Lewis.