Thank You Annapolis
After a little more than a year of running the site, it's time to say goodbye.
A little more than a year ago, I moved to Annapolis and started the exciting adventure of launching Historic Annapolis Patch.
It wasn’t easy, but it certainly has been rewarding. We started calling businesses and organizations in the area to build an extensive online directory. The site officially launched in October 2010—just in time for the boat shows.
Since then, it’s been an incredibly exciting ride as editor. Although I thought my days of chasing natural disasters were over, I got my weather gear back out again when an earthquake, tropical storm and flooding struck the area in just a short period of time. We also brought you updated information when a fugitive escaped from the District Court House on Rowe Boulevard.
It was also really exciting to interview Rear Adm. Alan B. Shepard Jr.'s daughters when they visited the U.S. Naval Academy Museum for a special ceremony honoring their father and to follow the latest updates with the Market House.
Thank you all for all your support, tips, encouragement and feedback during this time. I have had so much fun meeting many of you and sharing your stories. Thanks as well to my colleagues in Anne Arundel County and our contributors and bloggers for all that you do.
Until next time,