There is something that defies description on a beautiful mid-March day at Kent Narrows: you just have to be there.
The water, docks, wildlife and smell of seafood spice the air to create something pretty magical. And for some reason, the late winter sunshine feels just a little warmer alongside one of Maryland's most traveled bridges.
If for the most part all you've done is simply drive over the Kent Narrows bridge (perhaps on the way to or from the beaches), catching a great view of the Chesapeake backwaters from above, I'm here to tell you the really fantastic views lie just under the arch.
Check out the photos attached to this blog as a "slideshow" - and you'll get just a small sense of why you'll probably want to take a detour off of Rt. 50 yourself next time you're through here...
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