24 Hours in Chincoteague

July 21, 2014 § 4 Comments

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Hey there! Feels like forever since I've blogged. I actually have a few fun things to share that I just haven't gotten around to yet, but I thought I'd pop in and share a couple photos from last weekend when me and my mom decided to drive down to Chincoteague to see some ponies!

We got in at night and walked around the downtown a little bit and of course, couldn't help but get some ice cream from Muller's Old Fashioned Ice Cream Parlor. It's an old house turned ice cream parlor so it instantly won me over. In the morning me and my mom shared the worlds most giant (not really though) Cinnamon Roll from Sugarbakers, and then poped on one of those boat-cruise tours and actually got pretty close to a couple of the Pony herds! They are so darn cute it's ridiculous. I'd love to see the Pony crossing one year! Anyway, we had lunch at the Sea Star which was amazing! Seriously, all I got was a turkey and cheese sandwich on a croissant and it was one of the best sandwiches of my life. Then we drove around the Island and crossed over to Assateague Beach which was so lovely! It was pretty packed, but still super relaxing to just walk up and down the beach:)

We headed home after that, but couldn't help making a quick stop in Berlin, MD which totally lives up to it's title of "America's Coolest Small Town". Of course, it was a Sunday and a lot of stuff was closed by the time we got there, bu we did pop in a couple adorable antique shops and are already planning a little trip back to see everything else! 

What have you guys been up to lately?!

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