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#DidYouKnow ... Mysteriously hidden under the Delmarva Peninsula is the largest meteorite crater in the U.S. How did the impact change the course of rivers and create the Chesapeake Bay? What fascinating creatures seek its depths? Find out here: http://www.uhaul.com/SuperGraphics/54/1/Enhanced/Venture-Across-America-and-Canada-Modern/Virginia/Great-Ball-of-Fire# #Virginia #Meteorite

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The 33 Most Beautiful Abandoned Places In The World

Holland Island in the Chesapeake Bay

Did you know that Musical sounds released from the sand in select places around the world have puzzled people for centuries. How does walking upon the sand of this Canadian beach create the sounds of music? #Beach

Chincoteague Island's Wild Pony Swim -- a Virginia Tradition ... http://blog.escapetothesoutheast.com/blog/escape-to-the-southeast-2/chincoteague-islands-wild-pony-swim-a-virginia-tradition

another pinner wrote: "Maryland blue crabs" However...these are also like Virginia Blue Crabs---the best Blue Crabs in the world come out of the Mobjack and Chesapeake Bays!!! You can take the girl out of Mathews but you can't take the Mathews out of the girl...

More than 100 years ago, this razor-beaked, lethal-clawed, high-screech creature roamed the western Maryland mountains. Or did it?

Neat field trip - Though the gem "Amazonite" was named because it's found along the Amazon river, the highest quality gems are found at the Morefield Mine in Virginia. Virgina Amazonite has an amazing richness and depth of color not seen in other Amazonite.

Old Bay Mallet. I got lucky enough to find this very large print at a thrift shop for cheap.

In the mood for a picnic, to go for a hike, play tennis, or more? Extending over 12 miles from the Potomac River to the border of Maryland, Rock Creek Park is a great way for everyone to enjoy nature.

Pocahontas was most likely born in Werawocomoco (what is now Wicomico, Gloucester County, Virginia) on the north side of the Pamaunkee (York) River, around the year 1595.

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Bay School Community Arts Center

The displays in their gallery

After a decades-long fight dating back to 1982, the tribe gained federal recognition, some 400 years after English Settlers first saw the Pamunkey.