Wednesday, 24 October 2012 08:55

Bill Barry, retired director of labor studies at the Community College of Baltimore County, traveled with his Eagle to the Scottish town of Montrose during a recent trip to England and Scotland.


Dundalk native Ron Cogar and his wife, Brenda, recently visited Brenda’s hometown of Nashua, Iowa, for her 30th high school reunion. During the trip the couple, now residents of Dundalk, took a moment to pose with their Eagle in front of Nashua’s Little Brown Church in the Vale.


Longtime Dundalk resident Jerry Powers displays her Eagle as she prepares to board a gondola in Venice during a recent tour of Italy. Powers is a 1949 graduate of Dundalk High School.


Bill Smith of Middle River and Carole Sealover of Dundalk caught up on the news back home during a trip to Ocean City, Md., earlier this month. During their vacation, the couple celebrated Sealover’s birthday and attended the town’s Antique Car Show.


Dundalk residents (center) Sherman Maust and (far right) Linda Maust, along with sister Doris Deane, brought their Eagle on a trip to Alcatraz Island in San Francisco in August.


Dundalk residents (from left) Doug Popp and Gary Craig traveled with their Eagle during a recent trip to Norge, Va., with the Knights of the Road Motorcycle Club.


Herman Meusel of Edgemere went horseback riding with his Eagle during a recent vacation in Myrtle Beach, S.C.


Edgemere residents (from left) Marge Williams, Michele Williams, Craig Lease, Kathy Williams, Bud Williams and Austin Evens relaxed on the beach, Eagle in hand, during a recent trip to Clearwater, Fla.