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Posts from the ‘Marvadel (aka Delmarva) Day Trips’ Category

What’s the Point?

Home is where you’re safe. It is familiar; you know your way around so you feel comfortable. You belong. And even when it changes – maybe it gets crowded, or things you thought you could count on disappear, personalities come and go – you still flock to it. At least if you’re a bird and home is Point of Cedars Island in Little Assawoman Bay. Read more

Running Bob at Trap Pond State Park

narrow trailMy favorite running trail in our area is the 4.5 mile Bob Trail at Trap Pond State Park. Why is it so great? Read more

A Pocomoke Winter Paddle

Because we’ll be in Delaware the majority of the winter this year, I am determined to do something active outside, if not every day, then every other day. So far it hasn’t been difficult. We’re enjoying the autumn we didn’t have in October/November. But I know the real test is coming Read more

John Dickinson Mansion and Plantation Day Trip

I’m guessing that if you’re not from Delaware and you’re not a history buff you don’t know who John Dickinson was. If I learned his name in my high school and college American history classes, I’d long since forgotten it. But for years, every time I drove to Dover and passed the sign pointing to his home, I’d been curious about him. Read more

Between Lewes and Rehoboth; Biking the Breakwater-Junction Trail

trail3The Breakwater-Junction Trail is a rare 17 mile loop route connecting Rehoboth and Lewes, Delaware. (Rare because most bike trails are out and back.) But the fact that it is a loop is not its only attractive feature. Read more

Biking the C & D Trail, AKA Mike Castle Trail, AKA Ben Cardin Trail

East or west?

We were sitting on our bikes in the Summit North Marina, an access point (without parking) for the Chesapeake & Delaware Canal Trail. But the problem was, neither direction looked like a trail. To the east was an “Authorized Vehicles Only” maintenance road up a steep hill. And to the west was a sidewalk linking parking lots. Read more

Sailing Away into Assawoman Bay

I don’t know if you noticed, but this year July lasted an entire decade. Or at least that’s how it felt. Finally, mid-September, we had our first day off. Time to get outside and have some fun instead of watching other people play! Read more