There’s something nice about living on the eastern shore of Maryland that makes it unique. The smell of the salt water. The buoys sounding their horns faintly in the distance on the Chesapeake Bay at night. The sight of the people in the community towing their boats out for the day. But the one thing that draws people in is the Maryland blue crab. The smell of old bay. Crab mallets on the table on top of newspapers, and melted butter in one bowl, and vinegar in the other. Don’t forget, your favorite frosty brew to compliment your crab picking experience. Makes for a great memory that will live nostalgically in your mind for years to come.