Originally Posted by wwilson
(Where to live) If you make it up to the Chesapeake look at Cape Charles, VA, Onancock, VA, and Urbanna, VA. All three are very quiet - off the beaten path, pretty little towns that you might like. The first two are on Virginia's Eastern Shore i.e. well off the beaten path, Urbanna is up the Rappahannock R. on the west side of the bay. All are sailing towns.
Visit Williamsburg, VA and the Yorktown Battlefield and walk through the (Chesapeake) Waterman's Museum on the York River by Yorktown. There's plenty more - I'll stop there.
I didn't see your other thread. Are you looking for a place to retire? If so, the above are not bad suggestions.
I'd add the Whitestone/Irvington/Deltaville area to the list as well.
If you want to keep working the Tidewater area of VA probably has more to offer.
Onancock was voted among the 10 coolest small towns in America by readers of Budget Travel Magazine. It is a neat place to hang out on the "Liars Bench" by the town docks and watch the transients come and go.