center midway across called the Virginia Originals. We were advised that nearby Kiptopeke State Park, with its 536 acres, beach and offshore reefs of concrete ships, deserves a visit, and that bird sightings there, especially raptors in the fall, make it well worth the trip. We ended our exploration with a stop for dinner at another local and tourist favorite, Sting-Rayâ€™s Restaurant on U.S. Highway 13 for some more local seafood. We shared orders of sof t crabs and crab c a kes w it h col la rd g reens and fresh corn bread smeared in butter. The ultra-casual restaurant involves placing an order at the counter and sitting at your choice of tables to wait. Friendly servers bring steaming platters of delicious local seafood and homemade sides to the table ~ a perfect ending to a southern Delmarva adventure.
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Tidewater Times October 2017