Chincoteague Island, Virginia: R & R, even with H & H, a visit to paradise and with some of the best foods on the Eastern Shore.
The story will come, but these few pics begin the preview.
A place to call home a couple of days.
Feeding the body, mind and soul.
The view from the rental from North Main, Chincoteague. Most rental companies seem to describe their rental properties by sections of the Island.
Captain Dan’s Around the Island Tours should not be missed and for those who can’t or can’t all year long you can follow the beauty of Chincoteague through their wonderful Facebook posts. Their page also has a link to their website.
No need to cook. Soft food for old tired and young and energetic. Delicious comfort food from soups to muffins, from fall off the bone meats to stick to the ribs dinners. Backyard Firepit was a real winner for delicious and nutritious. Their soup hit the spot for traveling and their sides and meats were delicious and tender.
Facebook Backyard Firepit – https://www.facebook.com/BackyardFirepitBBQ
Amarin was the melt in your mouth pastry shop that was to love everyday we were there.
Facebook Amarin – https://www.facebook.com/Amarin-Coffee-USA-1233392710143897
Both shops have links to their websites on their Facebook pages
Etta’s Seafood on the East side and Island Creamery on Maddox made the dinners and desserts special.
The chicken and dumpling soups at Backyard Firepit was the live for. Traveling is tiring and we need the comfort and nutrition of food and talk about yum.
more coming soon about Chincoteague and Assateague Islands…