During what we all know has been one of the coldest snowiest winters in history Maryland Kayaker moved to Millsboro, Delaware. In between an ice storm and snow storm we sold our home in Frederick County, Maryland. Then during one of the Polar Vortexes we moved into our […]
What’s happened to Maryland Kayaker? By early spring we will relocate to our new home in Millsboro, DE. Amazing kayaking opportunities exist throughout this area, just off the Indian River Bay. In the coming months I’ll have many new postings, from our new home which we describe as […]
Most kayaks are durable enough for storage outside but many of us have chosen to protect our boats from the weather. Attempting to store a 16 ft Wilderness System Tarpon 16i can certainly present a challenge. Luckily we have a double garage with a door on the side. […]
Alligators and I have a checkered relationship. While kayaking the Hillsborough River outside Tampa, Fl we spotted many small alligators sunning themselves in branches along the river. If you ignore them, they ignore you. Reaching the end of our Hillsborough River trip we ventured into a smaller stream […]
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The Choptank River is broad as it passes Cambridge and merges into the Chesapeake Bay around Tilghman Island. North of Cambridge the Choptank narrows and tributaries offer a number of kayaking opportunities. Using Ed White’s book “Exploring Flatwater: Eastern Maryland and Delaware” we chose Miles Creek and King’s […]
Sitting in a kayak watching an eagle soar is time well spent. For more Kayaking Delmarva blog posts visit our Blog Index.