October 8th and 9th, 2018, found us spending two perfect autumn days kayaking near St. Michaels, Maryland. The town of St. Michaels is one of our very favorite destinations, and we highly recommend the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum and the St. Michaels Winery. On this trip, we put […]
A nature lover who kayaks to explore the places others never see. After using books, web sites etc. to find kayaking locations it's time to share our information with others. Enjoy your time on the water!
Having fun with kayak surfing. On the third day of our kayaking adventure with Road Scholar we traveled south to Lake Willoughby in Vermont. A quick check of our passports and we crossed the border into the U.S. This day on Lake Willoughby the planned paddle was one […]
Brome Lake Marsh, Knowlton, Louise Penny and the Benedictine Monastery The second day of our September 2018 Road Scholar trip of kayaking adventures, Kayak Day Trips: Quebec and Vermont, took us deep into the Eastern Townships of Quebec Province to Brome Lake. The launch site at Tiffany Park […]
In mid-September, we flew to Burlington, Vermont and then drove across the Canadian border into the Eastern Townships of Quebec. Our destination; the Outdoor Lodge at Glen Sutton, Quebec, hosts for a Road Scholar program “Kayak Day Trips: Quebec and Vermont”. Joining us in Quebec, 15 kayakers of […]
We’ve been asked to share this information and are happy to do so. The Maryland Freedom Swim supports Shore Rivers Association and the Dorchester County YMCA. Kayak volunteers needed for the Maryland Freedom Swim on May 11th, 2019. This swim is 1.7 miles across the Choptank River at […]
On Labor Day, 2018 we chose a new kayaking site near Vienna, Maryland. Putting in at the town boat ramp along the Nanticoke River we found the weather sunny and the waters perfectly calm producing beautiful mirrored reflections as we paddled north, less than a mile, to Chicone […]
Last fall we launched at Willis Wharf, Virginia for the very first time and enjoyed paddling the scenic Machipongo River, which is not really a river but a large tidal creek. The summer of 2018 found us returning to Willis Wharf with family kayakers on a beautiful sunny […]