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           The combination of a private home site with deep waters is most appealing, yet even more so is the endless navigation through protected waters. The Virginia Inside Passage Way, is protected by the barrier islands. There is one bay after the other where its fishing heaven.

Gargatha Creek, a seaside creek, being a tributary from the Atlantic, commonly know for fishing, crabbing, clamming and oysters. I truly enjoyed the viewing all the shore birds.

The shoreline has a strong bank.

Here is the county plat, taken at low tide. Keep in mind the tidal changes here average 6.5'.

The county boat ramp is just around the bend and free.

Endless beaches line the barrier islands that are quite easy to reach by vessel only.

The Atlantic is to the east and all the tributaries to the west. You'll have the feeling your the first to discover, for seems so untouched.

Here is the county temporary free tie up dock. More good news, there is no HOA fees, just all pitching in for any repairs on the private roads.