St. Michaels, Maryland - "the heart and soul of the Chesapeake Bay"

We took off to St. Michaels on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. We visited the Queenstown outlets. We didn't do much shopping.

My favorite part of the drive is when we are on route 50 and we go over the Bay Bridge. It is absolutely beautiful. Today, there were a million boats out. The sun was shining on the water and it was gorgeous!

When we made it to St. Michaels, we went to lunch at Carpenter Saloon. The food was great! There was soo much crab in the soup, on the burger, and in the salad. The service was a bit slow and laid back but, as long as you have time it is a nice place to eat. The place mats have some historical facts about the Chesapeake Bay. Apparently, the tavern attached to the restaurant was "THE" place to watch the Ravens game.

After lunch, we walked around town and went to the many cute shops. Almost all of them have nautical home goods and accessories. Serveral stores had Vineyard Vines clothing. The Broken Rudder had a great deal on St. Michaels t-shirts. Of course, I got a nice green one! At the Christmas Shop, the hubby and I picked up a cute wall nautical wall hanging for the door in the apartment. There were so many fun things! I wish I had a huge house to decorate!

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