The Indian River near Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, Titusville, FL offers some excellent kayaking. On Saturday, May 12, 2018 we chose the Mondo Tour offered by A Day Away Kayak Company based in Titusville. We were in Florida for nine days and our original plans included a […]
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!
On May 1st the weather finally warmed enough for our first kayaking trip of 2018. DELMARVA’s April weather was abysmal, and with cabin fever raging, we impatiently waited for Spring to arrive. May 1st promised to be a glorious spring day with bright blue skies. Finally, we were […]
Nassawango Creek is one of DELMARVA kayakers favorite paddling locations, particularly if you can find the path through the water lilies to the upper reaches. We usually put in at Snow Hill, paddle two miles downstream on the Pocomoke and turn upstream on Nassawango Creek. If you have […]
For the last three days the temperature on DELMARVA was well in the 70s. Ah, perfect kayaking weather, except for the small craft warnings posted. The wind on DELMARVA can be relentless, so how do we make a decision on kayaking? Here’s our completely unscientific, unprofessional process of […]
Usually by the end of March we are beginning to think about kayaking and sometimes even planning our first kayak trip. Yet here it is the first week in April and after a March where Mother Nature sent four Nor’easters to DELMARVA and temperatures that never left the […]
This is a wonderful article about Osprey by an Eastern Shore Blogger “Osprey Camera Blog” whom I just discovered. DELMARVA Kayaker just returned from a trip to Belize and Guatemala where we saw many Osprey in their winter home. We’re looking forward to them returning to DELMARVA. […]
In May of 2016 we ventured to Alaska on a small ship cruise in the Alaskan Inside Passage. Our 7 day Southeast Alaska trip began in Juneau, the Capital, and ended in the old Russian town of Sitka. Along the way we enjoyed Southeast Alaska wilderness at it’s […]