If you have been following me on IG you know that I love St Michael's so much, I mean really love this town.It is my happy place, a place to relax and refresh. That is exactly what I am planning to do on our annual visit for my birthday.
This historic town has been a part of my life since before I was even born( my grandparents used to have a house right outside of town).I tend to consider myself a local even though I don't reside here (when a shop owner confirmed it I was like SWEET). Every year for my birthday for the last 8 years we have been visiting the town. Over the years we have taken to visiting the town throughout the year, once you visit its hard to visit just once.
I love seeing all of the historic homes, I would be honored and so excited to have a chance to work on one of these homes but I digress. We were visiting one weekend and we stumbled upon an open house for one of these beautiful homes. I was in my glory; built-ins, brick, beams and hardwoods. The relator told us that the previous home owner built the kitchen light fixture
There are so many beautiful things to see in this town;the Maritime Museum, muskrat park, Christ Church( the Gothic style architecture, I die), The shops and the bay. A few places I recommend seeing and visiting are; Rise up Coffee- I dream about their coffee, it is organic and fair trade, not to mention some of the best coffee I have ever had. Foxys Bar and Grill-its right on the marina and it is always a good time(we love when the line cook sings), The Chesapeake Maritime Museum- you will get a glimpse into the history and life on the bay, Take me Home- this is just one of the cutest stores and she has the cutest things, The "O"- this mermaid store is located near the winery and she has all of the magical mermaid things, The Saloon- this local joint has some of the best food in town. JoJo's-When you are on vacation ice cream is a must(its a must all the time if you are me🍦🍨).
I could go on forever!! I will end this with a few of my favorite photos from around town( a few of the photos were taken to mark the changing seasons).