Route Map & Events

 

Starting May 19th, Margo will paddle to Washington, DC, in time for the March for the Ocean on June 9th in DC. She will leave after the Hands Across the Sand Event in Atlantic City, NJ. 

Her stops will be at the following locations- (dates may fluctuate due to conditions-to see where Margo was ten minutes ago, go here)

NJ- Avalon 5/19, Cape May 5/20

DE- Lewes/CapeHenlopen 5/21, Rehoboth 5/22

MD-Ocean City 5/23, Stone Hill 5/24&5/25

VA-Chincoteague 5/26, Wachapreague/Quinby 5/27, Oyster  5/28, Cape Charles 5/30, Belle Haven 5/31, Tangier Island 6/2

MD-Point Lookout

VA-Hague, Colonial Beach, King George

MD-Indian Head

DC-Paddling into the Henson Earth Conservation Corps to the sign making party there, Saturday, June 9th, launch from Anacostia Community Boathouse and paddle to The Wharf and march to the March for the Ocean

 

Current Location:  SPOTLINK

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Upcoming Events

Hands Across the Sand Event in Atlantic City, NJ

Join us as we gather to take a stand against drilling off our amazing coast! Some of us may feel so moved as to take our stand on the water. Some of us will be launching our vessels and paddling to DC for the June 9th March for the Ocean.

Schedule:
11am quick beach cleanup
12-12:15pm Hands Across the Sand
12:20pm paddle out

For more details about paddling to DC to the March for the Ocean check out the following:
https://www.facebook.com/marchforocean/

For the paddle to DC ( #AC2DC )- https://www.facebook.com/events/349565255568798/
For the last day-the ocean armada-June 9th-
https://www.facebook.com/events/328227547714039/

 

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3 thoughts on “Route Map & Events

  1. Margo, So happy to see you again showing the world the importance of our waterways; and that you are still alive through it all. Again, you and family are always welcome at my humble abode in Bandon Oregon.
    Peggy Powell

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  2. Good luck on your journey and safe travels!!! i grew up in New Jersey and people have no idea how beautiful it is here in Northern Michigan and how important our Lakes are to everyone. Keep up the good work and I look forward in reading your journey.
    Jason from Petoskey, Michigan.

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