The Boardwalk Plaza and Rehoboth Beach in Delaware

By Bob Tagert The Boardwalk Plaza and Rehoboth Beach in Delaware   Over Christmas we took a drive to visit the Boardwalk Plaza Hotel in Rehoboth and take advantage of their two-night Cozy Winter Weekend package. Although it isn’t summer, the Boardwalk Plaza and Rehoboth Beach have a lot to offer in the winter months. […]

Compounding: The Potential Power of Time

By Carl Trevison and Stephen Bearce Compounding: The Potential Power of Time Why is time of the essence? The sooner you begin saving — even small amounts — the better your chance of reaching your retirement goals. Consider the following example that shows how much waiting to invest can cost. Put time on your side. […]

Go V Yourself!

by Lori Welch Brown Go V Yourself! Since I was a kid, I’ve been drawn to Valentine’s Day.  I love all the pink hearts, red Cupids, and especially the dark chocolate!  Note that I didn’t mention red roses or lingerie, but more on that later.  I especially love those sweet little Valentines in the tiny […]

On the Road

Our dear friend of many years, Charlene Lankford decided it was time to take a copy of the OTC with her on her yearly trip to Key West for the Off Shore Powerboat races.  She has been making the trek for about 12 years. Joining her are numerous friends and family from southern Maryland who make up […]

Getting Ready to Guide

By Steve Chaconas Getting Ready to Guide Potomac River guides are busy. For me, it means ordering my 2019 Skeeter FX20 and 10 foot Power Poles. For long stays on the water with reliable cranking power, DEKA Batteries energize my rig. Capt. John Sisson’s new Ranger is being rigged with HUMMINBIRD electronics, Power Poles and a […]

Debt Management Solutions

By Carl Trevison and Stephen Bearce Debt Management Solutions Balancing debt repayment with investing goals takes some strategy and planning. Some consider investing as a first line of defense while paying down debt as a second. The debt dilemma The process for eliminating debt is anything but an easy-to-solve financial equation. Many people wonder if […]

A Few Reasons to Consider Downsizing in 2019

A Few Reasons to Consider Downsizing in 2019 By Marty Basher In case you haven’t noticed, there is a real emphasis lately on the value of acquiring experiences instead of things. The point is to have the money to be able to travel or attend events, go back to school or play more sports. None […]

2018 Travels – What a Year!

By Bob Tagert 2018 Travels – What a Year! In January of each year we recap our “road trip” adventures from the previous year. In February of last year, we visited the beautiful Greenfield Inn in Rappahannock County. Normally we think of going to the mountains in the fall to check out the fall foliage, […]

January Pets of the Month

Pancake and Toast Adult, Females, Brown and Black Short Hair Rabbits Pancake and Toast are the perfect combination of sweet, affectionate bunnies!  They are best friends, so they’re looking for a family who they can hop along with and cuddle up next to every day.  They enjoy snoozing in their cardboard hideouts and playing with […]

ProDen PlaqueOff® Dental treats

ProDen PlaqueOff® Dental treats We normally don’t endorse any products of any kind but these ProDen PlaqueOff® Dental treats for cats and dogs were pretty impressive. We tested them on our 12 year old tuxedo kitty, Tramp, and gave the pooch treats to friends who have a cool pooch, Darby, who has breath and plaque […]