The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, in St. Michael’s MD, sponsors a week-end long small craft festival each fall. Small craft, many hand-built, are on display. Most of the builders are present and love to share about their craft. The beautiful wooden paddleboard enthralled me. Particularly after talking to […]
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!
Assateague Island National Park kayak trips always feature plenty of wildlife. With the the wild ponies as the highlight. Ferry Landing Road is the best kayak put-in site. You can park right at the beach and unload practically into the water. There’s a coarse gravel beach here, and […]
What a beautiful still fall day to paddleboard at Trap State Park. Most of the birds are gone, but one lone osprey flew along the edge of the lake. By this time of year the osprey have headed for their second summer home in Central and South America. […]
A calm day on the water can turn windy and rough very quickly. When we arrived at Taylor’s Landing, near Girdletree, MD to begin our paddle the water was still with excellent visibility. A very deceptive start to our day. Taylor’s Landing offers multiple paddling options into the […]
Paddleboarding in Southeast Alaska – our picture of the week. For more Kayaking Delmarva blog posts visit our Blog Index.
The Aspen tress are doing their thing and a day spent soaking it up is an experience as good as gold. via Good as Gold — nature has no boss
For those interested in viewing the Cypress Trees near Snow Hill, MD, a trip on Nassawango Creek provides that opportunity. For a round trip of 10 miles launch at Byrd Park in Snow Hill onto the Pocomoke River. One of the nicest launches around you can usually […]
We skipped kayaking on a beautiful fall Saturday to attend the 2nd Annual Chesapeake Story Telling Festival at Chesapeake College. My review, please please hold a 3rd festival! We were originally attracted to the festival because it featured Gwendolyn Briley-Strand as Harriet Tubman. With our grandchildren we’ve explored […]
Trap State Park is not only a great place to teach our grandchildren to kayak, but close enough for a quick trip on the paddleboard. A kayaker at heart I initially didn’t understand the attraction of paddleboarding. After giving it a try, I decided paddleboarding made a great […]
We spot Eagle’s nests pretty regularly. But this nest on Miles Island in the E.A.Vaughn WMA takes the prize as the largest one we’ve seen. For more Kayaking Delmarva blog posts visit our Blog Index.