You didn't say anything I wasn't quite familiar with except if you follow the Easetrn Shor even below the Bay Bridge0 there are still many huge frms of crop variety.
I never rush when Im eatin crabs. Mny crabs you Western Shorers get are actually from Indonesia, so you have to watch out when you go to Lexington Market.
We spend a lot of time in Brodkill Beach which is about 6 mi N of LEwes Del, and a few miles E of the town of Milton.
We also crash with friends and relatives who own places off Galena Md and Rock Hall.
A friend owns a small farm where they raise Belted Galloway cattle and row crops.
Much of the land in Eastern Shore is protected under the farm preservation programs nd the biggest changes Ive seen are the new Giant tree nurseries N of Cecilton .
There are still huge tracts of forested land and very large grain farms around Snow Hill and Berlin (although BErlin is slowly starting to become "Gentrified " by all those DC types, who will buy up properties, turn the into Long Island style mansions and then wonder why all the "poor folks"dont live around here any more.
We go THROUGH OC maybe once a year to buy rock candy and visit Wallops Island where a friend has a semi annual brick oven" pizza fest. They make a pizza with crab meat which is ok but Id rather eat the crabs just with a Yuengling Chesterfield Ale.
Don't eat your crabs too fast, youll miss the experience.
The rule is, "never pick crabs so fast that you fill up"
PS, down in Crisfield the biggest watermen crab sources are from the Tangier Island fleet, those guys are gonna keep crabbin till their island gos under.
We go over to Tangier once or twice a year to hunt paint, arrowheads along the runway of the airport,and eat "arsters and we stay over at a B&B.