On into Maryland, feasting on some more beautiful but foggy scenery. Just in time for a late breakfast, we rolled into a place called Accident. Yes, really. This was Annie's Kitchen.
Where I (over) indulged in something called a "cheeseburger omelet (te). Yes it had cheese and mince in it and it certainly hit the spot. It was the sort of big-hearted place that serves breakfast all day and had piles of a newspaper called "Sword of the Lord", stamped with the name of a local Baptist church. It was originally founded to cater mainly for hunters with big appetites and judging by the look of the clientele, it still does. Here's a flyer for the Fall Festival at the Accident Fire Hall.
There were some fun things on the walls.
And the Accident Indians posing triumphantly.
Outside there was a sweet display, the only evidence I've seen of pink pumpkins. I'm sure the coffee wasn't laced with anything - much too wholesome a place for that. It must be the climate in Maryland.
To be continued...