Vacations don’t have to be exotic locals to be great. Not that we don’t have a lot of exotic locals here in the great state of Maryland, we do and the Eastern shore is one of them.
And when in Rome, eat like the Romans. So I had a crabcake sandwich for lunch in the middle of our walk around the town in St Michaels yesterday.
The whole town was hoping for a Monday. And with the weather in the mid-’90s and humid, it was a day I thought might be quiet. And it was probably quiet compared to a weekend.
This is one of the things I like about small towns. You can ride bikes around and really see the place and not get run over. That is what I love about Bethany Beach in September and October.
Of course if you can be pushed around there is nothing wrong with that mode of transport also.
I look at the shot above and remember the day we would push our own children around. Time has passed so fast. Now we push grandchildren.
Looking out over the water while having a nice lunch with the love of your life can make any day.
On the way to St Michael’s on Rt 33, we saw this cast of characters below saying Thanks for the Memories and Farewell. Of course, I had to come home and look up what it was related to and found this Nugget about it.
So after the fun of yesterday today it was back to the home projects on Tuesday. Much was accomplished. I hope to get out early Wednesday morning before daylight and grab some night photography and some early morning shots.
Random Thoughts of the Day
- There is a big difference in a push and riding mower on a hot day.
- Comedians are funny but they don’t replace laughs with friends.
- Time for a ride at night with the top down.