Virginia Beach: Sunny paradise a stone’s throw from Washington DC

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Chris Pace stands in the shallow water, fully focused. He has rubber boots on, but they’re filling up from the top – after all he’s standing waist-deep in an outcrop of the Chesapeake Bay in Virginia Beach. Pace fishes around in the salty water until he gets a hold of the large, algae-covered cage. He hoists it onto his small boat. “I put the young oysters in here about a year ago,” says Pace, who owns the Lynnhaven River Oyster Company. Now he has to check on them regularly. It takes about 16 months for the shellfish to be ready to sell to restaurants and fishmongers in the area. It goes with…

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