Descriptive Essay: The Water Industry In The Chesapeake Bay

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After the chaotic drive in heavy traffic from Baltimore, Solomon’s Island, Maryland was a welcome escape. Stopping to relax with a cold beer, on the large wooden deck of Stony’s Restaurant, I had a great view of the Patuxent River. There were a few boats on the water, for a day of ideal weather. The light breeze and calm water made for good sailing. However, I was taken by surprise when the Bugeye, pass leisurely by. A ketch rigged sailboat constructed in the late 1800s for the oyster industry in the Chesapeake Bay. A bit famished, I ordered the seafood dip appetizer, when it arrived; there were generous pieces of shrimp, blanketed in a warm crab and cheese sauce that went well with the beer. Savoring the appetizer, and thinking nothing

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