I took a long-needed few days off of work to make a solo camping trip to Assateague Island National Shoreline. Day 1 Arriving was easy, and I was quite surprised to see a number of wild horses straight away. A few of them were in the campground area I was
The Life of the Forest Trail seemed like the perfect place to watch the sunset. I was fortunate to be the only one there and had the entire boardwalk area all to myself.
A short morning walk on the beach before breakfast.
My last hike of the day was back on the mainland starting behind the Assateague Island National Shortline visitors center; Rackcliff Plantation House. I enjoyed the trail itself, but is strange to see signs so casually grouping paid workers and slaves together in descriptions. It was history and needs to be