Delmarva gets it’s name from eastern shores of Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia which are on the peninsula. It is a great place to live.
Having been a transplant 30 some years ago, I used to kid with people and tell them once I felt the sand between my toes I didn’t want to live anywhere else. The truth of the matter is once someone experiences eastern shore hospitality, they won’t want to live anywhere else.
I have had flat tires of which kind souls have helped me change, to having a friend show up Christmas day with Christmas dinner for my family and myself when I was too sick to cook. I am eternally grateful to those people.
That is just an example of the wonderful people you meet here. I am sure there might be one or two bad apples, but you can’t have a bushel of apples without finding a few worms.
My point is when I think of our community’s most important asset; I know it is our people which are hardheaded, stubborn, and independent, some of which through out history have helped make our country great. They are our greatest asset, along with all our soldiers who have fought to keep us free.