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After our vacation to the Eastern Shore, we returned to one of our favorite kayaking spots – Dundee Creek. My first time there was to paddleboard. I did not like that at all. Just couldn’t find my center of balance and I kept falling off. The following week, Kathy showed me about kayaking. I had never done that before. I enjoy it immensely! So peaceful and relaxing. Dundee Creek merges with Saltpeter Creek and then into the Gunpowder River and then onto the Chesapeake Bay.

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Before heading out to open water, we always like to head into the cove. Calm waters that dead-end at a stream and bulkhead.

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As many times that we have been here, neither one of us noticed this little opening.

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Nice and quiet. Looks like some logs up to the right.

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I went up and moved them out of the way.

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Kathy was then able to pass under the trees, along the shoreline.

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Once through, I let Kathy go first – you know, in case there were alligators, wild boars or Adrienne Barbeau.

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We found our own little cove. Not very big but nice.

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After a while there, we headed out towards Marshy Point. This is the Marshy Point Osprey Cam. It is shut down now – the osprey have all headed south. This is fun to watch when they come back. So is the Osprey Cam on the Chesapeake Bay.

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Favorite little foot bridge at Marshy Point Nature Center.

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Under the bridge we go.

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After the bridge and spending time watching life in the marsh, we headed back to the marina. Water was getting a little choppy. Duck blind.

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