Nicole Johnson and her two children, Julianna and James, ventured to Baltimore's Pier 12 to learn about the city's robust maritime community, an industry that supports more than 100,000 families throughout the state.
During National Maritime Day in Baltimore, the public got to board an "army boat," see model ships made of Legos and learn about an array of careers tied to the port of Baltimore.
"I wanted them to see something unique," said Johnson, a Parkville resident.
Julianna, 10, agreed.
"It was awesome," she said.
"It was good," James, 8, piped in.
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