Antiques, birding, Fritters, Lighthouse, Nassawango, Nature Conservancy, stuff found, unicorns, Veterans park
This was a two day adventure. On the 20th we went to the Chincoteague VFD for a fund raiser – oyster fritter sandwich, a bottle of water and a bag of chips. Although this was my first fritter and I enjoyed it, I must say, I like a fried oyster sandwich best. We picked up our lunch and headed to the Chincoteague Veterans Memorial Park.
It was a nice place to sit and look at the water. Part of Assateague, Va. is right across the water.
Man, are you kidding me? I can see why there is no swimming, but no kayaking?
We did stop at a very nice shop in Princess Anne – Somerset Choice Station Antiques. It is part of the Somerset Historical Society. http://www.somersetcountyhistoricalsociety.org/shop.html
So, the next day, the 21st, we decided to take a short hike. Went here once again. Always nice to be along the Nassawango Creek, among the cypress.
Found this in the swamp and Kathy wanted it, soooo. We will fix the baby carriage up and place it in the garden.
Looking for frogs. We heard them but did not see them.
Possible UFO sighting.
We did find that elusive Unicorn we have been looking for.
A favorite spot to sit and daydream about kayaking.
A little confusing. After this point the trails were not marked so we stayed next to the creek.
Not sure how this ended up here. Kathy suggested that it was brought up from the creek and the person just walked away. There is a house about a half-mile from here, but they have a ramp? We hiked to about the house and then headed through the woods to the road – Creek Road.
Saw this from the water while kayaking. Like I stated above, the closest house is about a half-mile away.
Nice two days of adventures. Thanks God for these days.