Here are a few things you MUST KNOW!  

Given our general demographic and the close nature of rolling instruction we  will be following whatever the current CDC and DHSS guidelines will be at the time. 

Please go to “Registration|Waivers” and PRINT out your waiver to sign and bring with you, if you have not already sent them in (thank you!). 

The weekend’s schedules will be posted Here. Schedules will be posted in the common areas and we’ll remind you about what’s going on each day, but if you’d like your own paper copy, please go to the website to print it out to bring with you. 

There’s also a ‘Delmarva Dictionary’ compiled by Dubside, to help you get “in the know” on some of the unique aspects of Greenland kayaking in general and Delmarva in particular.

Maps and a list of suggested things to bring can be found on the website.   .

 

So a few things to know about this year. It is doubtful that we will be able to have any international guests, including Canada, so we aren’t planning for that.

The new dining hall we be completed. Walt and Shawn (Big Jim’s replacement) will be serving us meals. You can see the progress of this beautiful Post and Beam structure in this Vimeo Video. It will have heat and bathrooms!

The pavilion is finished (see photo above). It’s very nice and has a fire pit which will have a roof over it to allow socializing around it if it rains.  

The new bathrooms south of the dining hall amongst the platforms, near teh Bird Cage, are operational. Luxury Accommodations! Using the platforms over there will be a whole lot more convenient.

We will be emphasizing instruction, learning new skills and then using your new skills in a series of games and participation workshops. Jenny has some new ideas she can’t wait to try out.

Delmarva = Friends Having Fun!

Our Special Guest page is taking shape. We are glad to announce the return of Jeff Atkins. Mike will be putting him to work that's for sure.  Others to be added shortly.