Tag: DELMARVA

Broadkill Colors

By the second week of November the trees are reaching their peak in Southern Delaware. The Broadkill River from Milton is one of the best places to just relax and enjoy the scenery on a short paddle. With temperatures pushing 70 degrees on November 10, 2021 the Broadkill […]

Tuckahoe Creek Changing Scenery

Tuckahoe Creek downstream from Hillsboro MD is an easy paddle with changing scenery and much to explore. In August 2021 we started downstream finding some interesting changes. A number of larger trees have fallen into the river and many of the small islands appear to be overrun with […]

Kayaking & Birding

We kayak primarily to enjoy the beautiful natural settings available to us on the DELMARVA Peninsula. Birds are a big part of that experience and our kayaking speed is best described as bird watching optimal. We are never in a hurry to get anywhere unless a storm is […]

Trap Pond Autumn Kayaking

Located close to our home Trap Pond State Park, Laurel, DE is our go to kayaking location as the weather and water turn cooler. Incredibly beautiful no matter the season Trap Pond truly shines in the autumn. November 5, 2020 found us spending several hours soaking up the […]

A Hike on Fisherman’s Island

  Access to Fisherman’s Island, the southern most Virginia Barrier Island, is restricted most of the year due to nesting birds. With reservations, one can join Wildlife Refuge volunteers on guided hikes Saturdays October until March. Information is available on Fisherman Island Wildlife Refuge website. Our small group […]

Longwood Gardens

Besides kayaking as often as possible, we enjoy visiting and identifying sites and events throughout DELMARVA. Our latest trip, while technically in PA, was to Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, PA. Various local publications reviewing the remodeled musical illuminated fountain show at Longwood Gardens give it high marks. […]

Wind and Water

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 […]

What happened to Maryland Kayaker?

Confused? Kayaking DELMARVA is our blog title and website. Maryland Kayaker the author. We created our blog while living in Frederick, MD, and thought we’d keep the name, Maryland Kayaker, after moving to Delaware. However, after four years residing in Millsboro, DE in Slower Lower DE (a.k.a. Sussex […]

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