Starting at Cape Henlopen State Park to MD state line: 45 miles
Day 1: 2 miles Day 2: 1.75 miles Day 3: 2 miles Day 4: 1.75 miles Day 5: 1.5 miles Day 6: 2 miles Day 7: 1.5 miles Day 8: 2 miles Day 9: 1.5 miles
Total: 16 miles: I made it to Milton, Delaware!! Via Cave Neck Rd.
Day 10: 1.5 miles
Cape Henlopen to Maryland State Line
Upon leaving Cape Henlopen State Park you pass the Cape May/Lewes Ferry, which crosses Delaware Bay to Cape May, New Jersey. The ADT stays on the main road through Lewes, a growing town of about 2,500 people that is rich in history. Settled in 1631, Lewes is considered the "first town in the first state" and offers a number of shops, restaurants and motels.
After a short section along busy U.S. 9, which has a wide paved shoulder, the route follows paved country roads into Milton. Located on the Broadkill River, this town was the shipbuilding capital of Delaware in the 1800s. It is the site of many fine Victorian mansions. Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge is a few miles east of Milton and makes an interesting side trip for those who enjoy bird watching.
Round 2: Day 1: 2 miles Day 2: 1.75 miles Day 3:
Edited by: 56ROSE at: 3/18/2014 (16:34)
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