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.
Thanksgiving each year brings a visit with family in Southwest Florida. Nature photography opportunities abound during this time. In 2016 our Florida photo adventures included Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge on Sanibel Island and the Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve at Ft. Myers. Enjoy some of our […]
On a cloudy day we set out to paddle a loop around the northern part of Janes Island. With trails through the marsh and along the coast Janes Island State Park offers paddling for any paddler. We began our trip at the Janes Island State Park marina. Trail […]
Capt. John Smith’s presence on the Pocomoke River near Pitt’s Landing is well documented. On his trek up the Pocomoke to find drinkable water Smith passed Pitt’s Creek which today probably has changed little in appearance. Pitt’s Landing, on Bell Rd in New Church, VA., provides paddlers access […]
As kayakers we appreciate the beauty of the wind and water. We also have a healthy respect for its power. While floating peacefully on the Pocomoke River on Sunday, we knew Texas, Louisiana and Houston were not appreciating the same beauty. Our hearts break for those impacted by […]