Everyone's talking about Earth Day, so some local D.C. foodies (FoodieTots and ArugulaFiles) decided to try a "Blog for the Bay" day, urging bloggers to write about the Chesapeake Bay and then link to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s petition urging the EPA to quit delaying action to help save our Bay. There is so much good food and fun to be had, even beyond all the delicious crab, which is unfortunately suffering because of the ever-deteriorating conditions of the Bay. I was just in Annapolis last week for work, and it was such a fantastic day that it lifted my spirits all week (I highly recommend oyster shooters at Middleton Tavern). So, here's my ode to the Bay and to the Eastern Shore — oh how many memories I have!
Top row: Uncooked Crab Apron from PinkChi; Got my Marbles - Blue Sea Glass Necklace from Seashaped; Chesapeake Charter Bag from Janatpursesonals; Moorings At Spa Creek Print of Watercolor Painting Annapolis Harbor from HammelmanArt
Second row: Vintage Jar of Fossils from Shores of Chesapeake Bay from blacksheepyarns; Point No Point Lighthouse Print from kreitlowART; Sunset on the Chesapeake Photo from savethebay; Crab Construction Made From Rescued Wood from dolangeiman
Third row: Blue Crab Large Oval Platter from brookepickering; Autumn, Chesapeake Bay 2 Mixed Media Artwork from LincolnParkStudio; Vintage Upcycled Sea Glass Pendant Necklace
Bottom row: Crab Pillow from BrownsNeedleandBrush; The Olde Crab Shack Worn Finish Sign; Tilghman Lady Notecard from JLynnPro; A1059, Crab Attack Necklace for Crab Lovers from KayAdams from Seashaped from CountryWorkshop