N37 47.5 W76 19.7 Mill Creek is a little hideaway off the Wicomico (Why-CAHM-i-co) River. Just at the mouth of the Wicomico, take a hard port and then snake up this little river for about 2-3 miles. Each bend in the river discovers a new little cove - protected on three sides and 12 feet of water. What few houses there are, are tucked up under the trees so that you have to look hard to see them. After we left Fishing Cove, we sailed north out into the Chesapeake. As the afternoon wore on, the familiar thunderheads and darkening to the northwest began. Somehow this was a little different. While we heard the far off thunder and saw lightening strikes every now and then, the sky didn't have that ominous black look forewarning of a squall. As it finally got to us, the wind stalled and soft rain began to fall. Visibility was reduced to about a mile but it was quite comfortable. A very pleasant experience. As we entered Mill Creek, the rain slackened and the water became glassy. Some residual mist gave the place a magical feel. We slowly went up river to find a wide little cove with plenty of swing room and dropped the hook in 11 feet. That night was a most beautiful sunset with no bugs to speak of. The next day we swam a bit, read and lazed a bit, and then took the dinghy up the creek another mile or so. This place didn't have land access until the 50's and you can see that it is sparsely populated with oldtimers. No new development here and no for sale signs. Just docks indicating hidden houses under the trees and ospreys and terns hunting the waters.