With a weather forecast that has this weekend in the 80’s and showing next weekend to be sunny and mid 70’s one could say that Ocean City, Maryland is experiencing quite the ‘Indian Summer.’ Simply the best way to describe it is ‘ahhhh.’ You would be surprised at the amount of opinions and message boards that discuss what an Indian Summer actually is, so to be clear, we here at the Harrison Group will be applying the Webster’s Dictionary definition to our Fall season. A pleasant, peaceful, or flourishing period occurring at the end of something, is how Noah Webster describes it. Noah and his defining expertise will never fail you. One might say, ‘How did he Noah it would be so nice?’ or ‘Noah way! He is so smart.’ or ‘Noah you didn’t just question Mr. Webster hisself!?.’ In short, Noah is right. Always. Summer, indeed, came and went and mother nature is still blessing us with something that is quite pleasant. Just like everywhere else on Earth, OCMD is subject to the four seasons, and each one brings it’s own offerings to the table. Winter is preparation, Spring has the promise of ‘what’s to come,’ Summer has all the attention and excitement, but Fall gives Ocean City, Maryland and it’s visitors something that no other season offers. It gives us beautiful warm weather with a warm Ocean to enjoy. Couple that with plenty of room to move around and it could be OCMD’s best season. Just walk out on the beach and boardwalk and you’ll notice a few things. Gone are the crowds, humidity, high heat, burning soles of your feet, the fight for a parking spot… And in it’s place is crisp fresh air, your own personal shoreline and a sky so blue it’ll have you whistling a Sinatra tune. By God, you can even catch a horse and carriage ride on the boardwalk!