There’s lots to love about the Delmarva Peninsula. Currently Cambridge, MD is my favorite. I’m dreaming about visiting next year. (My toe feels good most of the time.)
I love this mural on Race St. It’s a mosaic. Jen Wagner created the mural showing Cambridge’s history with community members. Whenever I’m in Cambridge I visit this mural in a small square off Race St.
I wanted a quiet birthday weekend a few years ago: swimming, listening to music, art galleries, and some shopping. Rock Hall, opposite my usual spot on the Chesapeake Bay fit my needs.
The tiny beach with an expansive view across the Chesapeake Bay….. fantastic for relaxing swims and picnics. Friendly folks and cheerful small talk…..I really enjoyed it.
A fantastic intimate music venue right in town, the Mainstay, had Dick Durham and Stef Scaggiari, a super piano concert. World famous musicians often perform at the Mainstay in sleepy Rock Hall.
Seafood galore, yummy blueberry waffles for breakfast, and lunch to go…..I love eating on the beach. I love eating! Casual, relaxed, delicious dining is a Rock Hall specialty.
The shops on Main Street and Oyster Court, including a farmers market surprised me with several gifts (including one for me) and more goodies (strawberries) for lunch on the beach.
Go, for a peaceful, relaxing, seafood-full weekend, visit Rock Hall.
In addition to swimming, relaxing, and making small talk my usual spot on the Chesapeake Bay boasts terrific people watching.
While I’m not swimming in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor yet…..I want to be one of the first people to do so in 2020…..a sculpture is swimming.
Listening to the waves. Watching the shimmering light. Feeling the soft breeze.
Lots of little local beaches on the Chesapeake Bay. How do you like the view from North Point State Park?
A friend found this while picking up trash when we were at the beach last week. I had fun with him.