Today I visited Crisfield. MD. on the SW tip of southern MD in the Chesapeake Bay’s “East Coast”.
The entire city lies at 3 feet or less elevation. It appears to have had serious flooding during Hurricane Sandy in 2012. Tidal flooding is not much of a problem because the Bay extends much further north.
The people seem comfortable with the risk and unconcerned about climate change. One veteran said the city was built back better after Sandy.
There is one big windmill.
There is a ferry to Tangier Island, VA, one round trip a day, no cars.
Smith Island appears visible.
(Posted: Monday, July 3, 2017 at 10:45 PM)