Assuming you begin your trip on Route 95 above the Mason Dixon Line, and eventually travel south on route 4 long enough to see a decorative brick wall, on your left~ yonder in the grassy divider~ which bears this greeting: God Bless Y'all Real Good ..... where are you actually?
The town is small, about 1,400 year around residents. Lots of swans here, bald eagles, wildlife in general.
It has a well known museum, a well done river walk, and a medical facility. It is the home of Woodburn's Gourmet Market. The town is home to several marinas, boat related stuff, and a US Naval Facility. There is also a research complex.
That's just a sketch of the obvious stuff, there's lots more if only you ask. Or walk around guided by those free cartoony maps that are so readily available at the banks, at Woodburn's, and the Post Office. Or try the newly renovated Info Center.
This town is just off the largest, and arguably the most threatened estuary in the United States. It's a great place to be for so many reasons, until the mote is lifted.
So, where's Penguinella?