Beach TownsIt seems that beach towns are pretty much the same everywhere. Traffic. People. Not enough parking.
Bumper to bumper traffic. Mobs of people. Not enough parking where you need it.
Is this a universal truth? Does it have to be a universal truth?
Could we get this un-universal-truthed? Please?
If we could, there would be benefits for us all. Because we all end up at the beach. Sooner or later. We do.
All that traffic proves it.
It's no different in Ocean City, MD. No, not Joisey. Maryland. On the peninsula. And they have beaches.
Beach. Shore. La playa. Whatever you call it. Everyone goes there. Eventually.
And eventually, all those people want to eat.
And us gluten-free want to eat too. Really, we do.
No funnel cakes. No deep-fried Oreos. No churros. No corn dogs. No soft pretzels.
Not for us. None of those things for us gluten-free eaters.
We need real food. Real, gluten-free food.
Luckily, we found a nice place that has a gluten-free menu and a kid's menu.