|Sally looking very much in her element|
|Check out the geese flying towards the ship|
We came ashore and started our approach.
|We approached the Fort from the South with the stealth of Ninjas|
The moat scared me, but not Sally.
|Searching for an entry point|
We located our entry, so with the speed of a falcon, we swooped in.
|Our point of entry|
We moved in and very quickly were apprehended. Despite all our charm and wit, and believe me we tried it all with a double team approach, we were escorted out. And I do mean escorted all the way back to our vessel and advised, politely, but none the less advised, to leave immediately.
Despite the unsuccessful overtaking of the Fort, it was an incredible day of discovery! The weather was perfect, the company exceptional, and the paddle, awesome! I want to thank Sally and her husband Terry for opening up their home to me for two days. Sally, aside from the exploration of Pea Patch Island, also spent a whole afternoon showing me around Wilmington and several of the Delaware Nature Society (DNS) holdings. DNS is a very diverse organization offering many programs, from a hawk watch to an organic farm, and everything in between. I also want to thank them both for their wonderful generosity and support of this trek.