York River Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Spent the day walking around Colonial Williamsburg and hanging out in a couple of local coffee shops.... great vibe here!
- Crossed the Chesapeake "River Tunnel" on the way to Maryland. It's a consecutive series of 3 bridges & 2 tunnels back-to-back that spans over 20 miles from Virginia to Maryland - very cool drive (see pictures).
- Stayed in Salsbury MD tonight to be ready for tomorrow's drive. ...
... a British fleet sailing from New York, and thus began the largest naval battle of the Revolutionary War. The French fleet was a bit larger and inflicted more casualties. Both fleets kept an eye on each other and drifted further out into the Chesapeake Bay. De Grasse slipped away at one point and headed back to the bay, where he found another French admiral who had arrived with eight more ships, and additional food. By the time Graves (the British ...
... Flats Lighthouse on the internet that was a few miles south and out in the Bay. So, Molly and we got back in the Jeep and drove off in search of this lighthouse. We drove back roads, and even a trail out to the shoreline trying to find it, but to no avail. We guess it was too far off the shore to be seen.
We drove back to the coach and grill burgers for ...
... southern tip of the Cape on the Atlantic side in search of the Cape Charles Lighthouse on Smith Island. After taking some back roads and dirt farm roads, we got as close as we could without being in a boat.
We then took some back roads to move back toward the campground. We saw some neat farm houses on the way.
We had found that the GPS showed a couple of vineyards north of ...
... shop assistants and carriage drivers were dressed up in period costume. One man in particular obviously loved his job, and it was so nice to see. Everywhere we saw him he would tip his hat and wish us a good day, or comment on the lovely weather. These small experiences throughout a day often make it so much more memorable!
We bought a snack from the bakehouse which we ate watching tourists scurry up and down Main Street, horses and ...