A publication of the Virginia, Maryland & Delaware Association of Electric Cooperatives

CO-OP ADVENTURES

Aw, Shucks!

Aw, Shucks!

Virginia’s Oyster Trail and Maryland’s Crab & Oyster Trail include restaurants, seafood markets, tours, events and more.

2023 Fairs and Festivals

2023 Fairs and Festivals

Fairs and festivals are summertime staples. Whether it’s live music, bright lights, funnel cake and fireworks, or the allure of sorting through handcrafted items and watching live artisan demonstrations — these fairs and festivals have got you covered. VISIT...

The Road Less Traveled

The Road Less Traveled

Traveling across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel is an experience. Seventeen miles over and under water lead to a peninsula that some may not realize is even a part of Virginia. Highway 13, or Lankford Highway, intersects the land and guides many to Chincoteague, the place made famous by its historical ponies grazing on the flat marshland.

The Struggle Is Real, But Worth It

The Struggle Is Real, But Worth It

We arrive at Civitan Park in Ewing, Va., at 10 a.m. on a Saturday. Including ours, five cars wait for their drivers to return from hiking to the Sand Cave in the Cumberland Gap National Historic Park.

How Sweet It Was

How Sweet It Was

If a historic property could ever conjure up images of days gone by, it is Sweet Springs Resort Park in eastern Monroe County, W. Va.

Solo Travel Tips

Solo Travel Tips

Whether you’re a lone wolf at heart or looking to broaden your sense of independence, traveling solo can be a richly empowering and satisfying experience.