The 2nd Annual Baltimore Floatilla is happening on June 10, 2017. Tickets and registration are now available on the Baltimore Floatilla’s website. The event is a 5 mile paddle along the waterfront, gathering mid way in the heart of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, where we will raise our signs and our voices in support of clean water and a healthy harbor in Baltimore. Check out my post detailing my experiences at the 2016 Baltimore Floatilla, as well as my short YouTube video covering last year’s event. I hope to see you there! Clean it up, Hon!
Starting a new thing – sharing first hand information and pictures of places to paddle within Maryland. Today’s write up is of Assateague Island National Seashore, in Berlin, MD. Click here to read it! Assateague is my favorite place to paddle, as well as my favorite place to camp! Whether you are looking for a relaxing, scenic paddle or an adrenaline pumping surf session, Assateague has it all. You can find more locations under the Paddle Boarding > Places to Paddle menu.
Starting a new thing – sharing first hand information and pictures of places to paddle within Maryland. Today’s write up is of Mariner Point Park, in Joppa, Md. Click here to read it! You can find more locations under the Paddle Boarding > Places to Paddle menu.
Over the weekend, we camped out at our local REI for one of their garage sales. You can read the first part of the experience here. The weather was quite warm which led to a smaller than usual turnout, but the event still drew a large crowd. This REI location had also had another Garage Sale recently, which may have contributed to the smaller crowd. The selection of items was surprisingly good considering how recently they had a sale. (more…)
My husband and I are far from being REI Garage Sale experts, but with each sale we are getting better and better at our strategy. REI is a Co-Op / outdoor recreational store and school. It is known for having the best satisfaction and return policy around, excellent outdoor classes, and rewarding member benefits. It is a campers / hikers / bikers/ paddlers / climbers / yogis paradise. (more…)
I came across a paddling challenge that was organized by Julia Nicholls, where paddlers are challenged to complete either 100 hours, or 100 miles of paddling within 100 consecutive days. (more…)