This is our first leisurely visit to Delaware and by leisurely I mean we don’t have a set date to depart so we can stroll about this tiny state (and parts of neighboring Maryland) lanquidly soaking up the coastal ambiance. Of course ambiance soaking up is only one of our goals while here. As much as we loved playing in the sands out west, the fact that the oceans that created those sandy deserts evaporated and/or retreated eons ago left us suffering from a severe case of fresh and yummy seafood deprivation. While here on the Eastern shore, we plan to remedy that condition by devouring as many tasty sea dwelling critters as we can. One thing is for sure, folks around here sure know how to cook ’em and serve ’em up!
To counteract the possible tons of weight we could gain while consuming colossal amounts of aquatic delicacies, Storm has reluctantly agreed to take me walking in some of the historic and beachy places surrounding us here. He accompanies me if I arrange to stroll through a Munzee rich environment, otherwise I am on my own. Most recently I explored the Assawoman Canal Trail and nearby beach boardwalks. For now we are on emergency call to check out a new source of crabcakes and fresh oysters, so I leave you with these pictures to enjoy from our first few day’s stay here while we address this critical dining situation.