Thursday, May 6, 2010


In a just a couple of short posts, I've probably given the wrong impression about Delaware.  Delaware is part of the Delmarva Peninsula (DELaware-MARyland-VirginiA), a mostly rural landmass enclosed on three sides by the Chesapeake Bay, Atlantic Ocean and Delaware River/Bay.  With that much water nearby, Delaware couldn't possibly be completely dull.  One of the best websites on Delmarva wildlife is Wild Delmarva.  Would it surprise you that Mark spent his four college years exploring the wilds of this unique peninsula and all of its natural wonders?

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