Annapolis Winter

Annapolis really comes alive in the summer with it’s majestic sailboats on the beautiful water, warm evenings on vintage front porches and Norman Rockwell inspired 4th of July celebrations. Some people will tell you it is their favorite place to be during those hot summer months. I love my Annapolis summers but I also enjoy the less crowded, more subtle Winter days…especially in the snow! Last week we were treated to a snowfall and we returned home from a short winter family vacation to a beautiful snow covered city. Come visit Annapolis in the winter…I always have hot cocoa.

A snowy day at the Naval Academy.

The boats wait silently for summer to arrive.

Our beautiful State Capitol building in the snow.

Vintage houses straight out of a storybook.

Including our sweet vintage foursquare.

The perfect reason to enjoy a roaring fire.

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21 thoughts on “Annapolis Winter

  1. Thanks so much for the tour. I’ve only been in Annapolis in the warm to hot weather. Often, when we had our house on Chincoteague, I’d make sure to stop there enroute to or from DC. There is a great restaurant on the corner … Can’t recall the name. And the small statue of Alex Haley, reading to the children: one of my favorite spots.

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    1. Yes the statue is at city dock, one of my favorite places. The weather is beautiful this weekend, perfect for walks downtown. So many great restaurants…maybe Buddies seafood?


  2. Hi, It’s 12 degrees here in Chicagoland, and we have had a melt, but MOUNDS of snow still exist. I wish I could still be fond about snow, but your posts reminded me of the beauty the seasons provide. And, I’m so amazed how ‘—LONNNNNG—‘ the Princess is getting. Our grand girl who is the same age, is so tall too—going into 7-8’s and just a string bean in Kindergarten. fun post!

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    1. She just keeps growing. It is amazing that she was so tiny when she came home. I like snow…probably not at a Midwest level😀. I’m definitely looking forward to spring.


  3. Oh, this is exactly what I needed today to take me back to sweet memories of frosty, winter days. I miss them terribly, especially on a day like today when the temperature where I live is in the 80’s. Your pictures are beautiful!


  4. I so love your home! I think I’ve shared in the past that I used to live in the D.C. area and spent many a lovely day in Annapolis, no matter the season. Thank you so much for showing us what we are missing:) And thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm. xo Kathleen|Our Hopeful Home

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  5. That first photo is stunning. And I absolutely love the vintage houses. Thanks so much for sharing at Sweet Inspiration!

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  6. I’ve been to Annapolis a few times. It is a lovely place to tour. And the chapel at the Naval Academy has such gorgeous windows! I should plan another visit now that I have a real camera!

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    1. We fell in love with Annapolis during my husband’s last Naval duty and decided to retire right here. Beautiful picture opportunities everywhere. The Naval Academy chapel is exquisite and one of my favorite places.


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