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The Eastern Shore of Virginia

300 miles due south of New York and of equal distance of the Adirondacks we found ourselves in another rural spot: Cape Charles, Virginia. 

Sipping Corona's on our low tide landing on this southern most tip of the Chesapeak Bay reflecting on the fact that this spot was formed from a 3 mile long comet  landing here 35 million years before. Don't believe me? Read it.  

A surprise weeeknd for a friends 40th spent pranking and partying, the most immature of college behavior reminds us we can remain young at heart.  

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