On our way back from Chincoteague, we stopped at a wonderful restaurant called the Robert Morris Inn.
The water-bound village of Oxford was once Maryland's largest port of call, and it is still an important center for boat building and yachting. Oxford is a protected harbor for the watermen who harvest oysters, crabs, clams and fish, and for sailors from all over the Bay.
Oxford is a pretty place with old houses and great views of the water. For the day-tripper from Baltimore, Washington, or Annapolis, you can take the car ferry across to Bellview so that you don't have to double back.
We were there for just a few hours, but for a longer stay, there are antique stores in th...Read More