Touring Delaware

    We have a good experience for you this week. In fact we have several experiences. Any true Delawarean will tell you that the state is the best kept secret in the Mid-Atlantic. Delaware doesn’t have a national park to boast of yet, but state tourism leaders have designed their own trail to encourage visitors to explore the state’s history. The first page of our story starts in Kent County.

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    So far, more than 100 people have completed the trail and thousands more have downloaded a passport to complete their journey.  You can get a passport at the Delaware Tourism website. Once you complete the trek, you’ll be able to receive the Landmarks and Legacies book featuring spots on the history trail and more memorable places to visit in Delaware.
    If you don’t want to wait to complete the trail before getting the book, you can buy it first.  Landmarks and Legacies can be purchased for $25 including shipping and handling from the Delaware Tourism store online.

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