I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again. There’s a museum for just about everything. And I wasn’t lying. In Havre de Grace, Maryland there is a museum dedicated to “working decoys” (you know those things that sit in the water and attract ducks). Apparently duck hunting is popular in this area, known as the Susquehanna Flats, so I guess it shouldn’t be too surprising to learn there is museum related to this outdoor activity. But, still…decoys? Anyway, the Decoy Museum has not only a collection of 1,200 decoys but lots of videos of people making decoys as well as items related to water-fowling such as boat-mounted duck shotguns. There is also a library, a carving workshop, and this wouldn’t be America without a gift shop where you can buy lots and lots of decoy-related stuff. And every May there is the Annual Decoy and Wildlife Art Festival where there are 140 decoy artists participating in carving competitions and carving demonstrations. So mark your calendars!