Long Distance Movers in Maryland, MD
If you travel a great deal either for work or pleasure Maryland is one of the easiest places to get in and out of. Forty-eight air carriers service the Baltimore/Washington International Airport. Rail, bus and shuttles to Baltimore, the largest city in Maryland, can be caught at the airport, as well. Subways run from the Maryland suburbs to Washington and from downtown Baltimore to the suburbs.
All these transportation options give you choices on your commute to work. The most popular industries for employment are healthcare and social assistance, state and local government, retail trade, and professional and technical services. Maryland also employs plenty of people in farming (corn, soybeans, tobacco, poultry and dairy products), coal mining, steel production, communications equipment manufacturing and fishing for crabs and oysters.
Specific businesses with large workforces include Giant Food Inc., Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, MedStar Health, Black & Decker Corporation and Verizon.
The Old Line State is comprised of five major regions - Western Maryland, the Capital Region, Central Region, Southern Region and Eastern Shore. Taking into account all the regions, the average rainfall measures 42 inches. January temperatures range from 24-41 degrees, while days in July''s might vary from 65-87 degrees.
Summer makes a great time for a relaxing sail on Chesapeake Bay or a stay in a cabin near mountain trails. From the sandy shores to the rolling mountains you''ll find recreational activities like fishing, boating, camping, biking, hiking, kayaking, horseback riding, rock climbing, swimming and sightseeing. Winter offers snowmobiling, tubing, skiing, mountain biking, hunting and more.
If you''re a sports aficionado, you''ve got your choice between the Baltimore Ravens (NFL) and the Washington Redskins (NFL) for football and the Baltimore Orioles, a Major League Baseball team. Baltimore also has indoor and outdoor soccer teams, a Major League Lacrosse team and jousting has been named the official state sport.
To enjoy that state''s favorite frozen treat available all year, take a trip along Maryland''s Best Ice Cream Trail, which takes you to dairies from Western Maryland to the Eastern Shore.
By: Michael Danzig