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Moving from Maryland 15 things you will miss. 

Moving from Maryland can be a big deal for some and sad occasions for others but in both situations you will have these 15 things that Marylanders love and will miss when moving from Maryland.

1.Maryland famous Steamed Blue Crabs. 

There’s something communal about spreading newspaper down and pouring out a half bushel of piping hot steamed crabs onto the table top and letting everyone go to town, with more time spent talking and enjoying company than actually eating. It is a pastime and state treasure that you cant quite get the same anywhere else. Try Capt Billys for famous Steam Crabs! One of the top places in Maryland. 

2. Old Bay on everything.

 You have to wonder what is it that we Marylanders don’t put Old Bay on! 

Moving from Maryland you may not get your craving for old bay wings elsewhere. 



3. There’s no Christmas like a quirky Maryland Christmas.

You can always find something Marylandee around Christmas. Like this Nautical Christmas tree made out of what I believe to be …Crab Cages. 

4. Where are the historic battlefields in your new place?

History enthusiasts will miss our many Civil War battlefields in MD. 

5. Also what about the Re-enactments

6. Ocean City 

Officially the Town of Ocean City, is an Atlantic resort town in Worcester CountyMaryland. Ocean City is a major beach resort area along the East Coast of the United States. The population was 7,102 at the 2010 U.S. Census, although during summer weekends the city hosts between 320,000 and 345,000 vacationers, and up to 8 million visitors annually.[4] During the summer, Ocean City becomes the second most populated municipality in Maryland, after Baltimore. It is part of the Salisbury, MD-DE Metropolitan Statistical Area, as defined by the United States Census Bureau.

7. And chow down on some Thrashers fries.

Oh and you have to do some Thrashers fries when you go down to Ocean City. 


8. You will miss Bergers cookies.

Berger Cookies offers Baltimore’s iconic fresh baked cookies, cakes and other delicious homemade desserts! Available for ordering online or at local retailers.


10. And where else will I be close to so many types of terrain…

Maryland’s nicknames: “America In Miniature“, “Old Line State”, “Free State” Maryland has been called “America in Miniature” because so much is packed into its 10,460 square miles of land and water. You can find just about any kind of natural feature here, except a desert.

11. Like mountains…

Four seasons of outdoor pursuits — including hiking, skiing, fishing and boating — are available for anyone wishing to explore the Western Maryland countryside, from its thick forests and rambling rivers to the state’s largest freshwater lake. Pockets of history also emerge amid small towns tucked into the mountains.

12. And wetlands.

Two broad categories of wetlands are found in the Chesapeake Bay watershed:

  • Tidal, or estuarine, wetlands are flooded with salt or brackish water when tides rise. Tidal wetlands are found along the shores of the Bay and the tidal portions of streams, creeks and rivers. As of 2010, there were approximately 282,291 acres of tidal wetlands in the Chesapeake Bay area.
  • Non-tidal, or palustrine, wetlands contain fresh water and make up 86 percent of the wetlands in the watershed. Palustrine wetlands are located on floodplains bordering streams and rivers, along the shorelines of lakes and ponds or covering broad, flat areas where water may collect (such as many areas on the Delmarva peninsula).

Wetlands can be further distinguished by the varieties of plants that grow there:

  • Emergent wetlands, often called marshes or wet meadows, are made up of grasses, sedges and other leafy, non-woody plants. 
  • Shrub wetlands, known as bogs or shrub swamps, are characterized by low- to medium-height woody plants. 
  • Forested wetlands, including wooded swamps and low-lying hardwood forests near rivers, are dominated by trees. Sixty-eight percent of the wetlands in the Bay watershed are forested.

13. You will miss the small Maryland towns…

14. And the excitement of local cities.



15. Don’t miss us as your mover! Worldwide Moving Systems 

Worldwide Moving Systems is a Waldorf MD based family owned and operated moving and storage company. We have been providing full-service moves, storage, logistics, and distribution services since 1973.  Through our decades of experience moving US Military members both domestically and internationally, we can reliably service your move from Maryland, Washington DC, or Virginia to your destination. Our professionally trained personnel and our focus on quality service make us an industry leader in Maryland and beyond.  Let us help make your move from Maryland an ease.