Chincoteague! This And That…

Just a few random shots from our weekend trip.

Although our hotel rooms were on the third floor, when I awoke Sunday morning, I heard ducks quacking. You may recall that we have several here at home that love me visit me for food. I went to the balcony, and saw two female ducks with several ducklings.  One duckling had gone astray, and a mama duck was trying to corral him; that was the reason for all the quacking.

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After breakfast at the hotel, we took a little walk down the street and passed Miss Molly’s Inn Bed and Breakfast. Isn’t it charming?

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Many of you mentioned that you recall reading the children’s book Misty of Chincoteague. There’s a statue of Misty in downtown Chincoteague, and we had our pictures taken with her.

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When Donna and I were little girls, reading the Misty book, visiting Chincoteague was something we never imagined we’d ever do.

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Our weekend included a little walk on the beautiful beach at Chincoteague. I love Donna’s red hair! She was scanning the beach for sea glass when I took this picture.

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See? I did manage to write a post about Chincoteague without a single picture of a (real) pony.

~These Days Of Mine~


15 responses to “Chincoteague! This And That…

  1. Well you all certainly had a grand time!


  2. Beautiful! Makes me want to visit there! And Donna certainly does have beautiful hair – and a beautiful smile 🙂

  3. Oh gosh!!! Gotta love the ducklings! Such a sweet statue of Misty. Wonderful smiling faces!!! I so love a beach.. 🙂 AND horses!!!!

  4. Oh, I would love to stay a night or two at Miss Molly’s Inn. What a quaint B&B. In my next life, I’d like to own a B&B just like Miss Molly’s.
    What a great weekend getaway you had…thanks for sharing it with us. 🙂

  5. I know it was a special weekend since Donna could join you and JR. Love the statue of Misty. A great tribute to the ponies of Chincoteague!

  6. When I saw your previous post including Donna with her long red hair and beautiful smile, I thought “What? Dianna and MM met up with Wynonna Judd?” I know you felt right at home hearing mama duck corraling her little one early in the morning.

  7. Look at all those cute little ducklings. I can just imagine how busy they keep their Mama.
    I like the look of Miss Molly’s Inn B&B; it’s quite charming.
    I’ve never read ‘Misty of Chincoteague’. It must be a honey of a book for so many folks to have fond memories of it.
    You all look so happy posing in front of the statue.
    What a wonderful weekend to live a childhood dream. 🙂

  8. You know, I love tagging along on your adventures! So much fun!

  9. Nice picture of Donna and the charming B&B. Thanks for taking us along on your ‘holiday’. You might have to work on the name of that travel agency. Serenity Calling?

  10. A beautiful place and thanks for taking us on tour!

  11. You captured what appears to be a wonderful trip.

  12. Those ducks… they’ve heard about you somehow … 😉
    Looks like a great trip!

  13. You, your husband, Donna, beautiful weather, and a great place to visit, who could ask for more!! The ducklings are precious and I love the statute of Misty. i don’t remember seeing that the last time we were there. Thanks for sharing this wonderful trip.

  14. I adore Chincoteague. We used to take our son there for a vacation every year. The pristine beaches and abundant wildlife, while mixed with the great food and bike riding, were perfect. I may just load up and head back there myself.

  15. That’s quite a bunch of ducklings! There are some quaint old homes in “downtown.”

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