|Relaxing on the dock at Bay View.|
Here are some highlights before too much time passes...
This year we decided to take a trip to the Eastern Shore of Virginia...which requires a journey over the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. This curious crossing consists of 20 miles of alternating spans of bridge and tunnels that dive under the Bay. If you want to "experience" crossing over the Bridge-Tunnel...here is a YouTube video.
We drove up to Onancock for the late afternoon and had an early dinner (seafood, of course!) there at Mallards.
After a "long and winding" detour through the back roads we finally arrived at our destination for the night, Bay View Waterfront Bed and Breakfast in Belle Haven. We made it just in time for sunset. I loved the narrow dock that went out into the water and had a bench to sit on at the end. Great views of the water and sky!
|Bay View Waterfront B & B.|
|The dock at sunset|
|Beautiful cloud formations...little did we know that a big storm would arrive a couple of hours later.|
In the evening, Laura and I worked on our "story/healing" cloths that we'd started in the morning. Here's mine. Laura took the various pieces of hers apart before I had a chance to photograph. So...hoping that she will send me a photo when it's further along.
|My cloth of the sunset.|
Next morning we had a delicious breakfast of fresh fruit with yogurt and Eggs Benedict. Since we were the only guests, we spent a pleasant time chatting with the owner, Mary Will Browning. The inside of the B & B is filled with family treasures, portraits and stitched samplers. Very homey!
Laura went kayaking. I'd hoped to do the same but my tendonitis flared up so instead I spent the morning walking the grounds and taking photos. Also enjoyed some meditative moments on that bench on the end of the pier.
The afternoon we spent in Cape Charles visiting shops and galleries and walking on the soft white sands of their local beach.
|Thanks, Laura for this sweet gift. A mermaid dish by a local artist.|
We arrived back in Virginia Beach for some delicious veggies from Brian's garden. Laura is certainly a magician with those fresh veggies!!
Thanks, dear friend, for another wonderful getaway!
Ahhh, I was right there with you ... could almost smell the salt in the air. But best was the Queen Anne's lace, especially the one getting ready to unfurl. Much as I love Texas wildflowers, I do miss that perennial favorite.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing ...
Hi Liz- Thanks for commenting! Queen Anne's lace is a favorite of mine as well. It reminds me of Cape Cod...and I'll be heading there in about a week..Delete