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Last week, I took the ferry from my town of
Turning right, I quickly left behind the small town and the sounds of the crab sheds and boats of Tangier’s main industry. A family of
I soon entered a marsh creek where I could hear
Within 15 minutes a sparkling white sand beach came into view, a perfect spot for a picnic.
There was far more to explore than I had time for. I’d love to see this become a paddling destination. You could start in Onancock with a two-hour historic creek tour, stay the night in a B&B, take the ferry to Tangier in the morning, take a self-guided trip, then stay at one of their B&Bs.
Here’s a link to the Tangier Water Trails .
Learn more in my article on the "A day in the life" of the watermen who live here.