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All Aboard for the Eastern Shore Railway Museum

July 16th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

All Aboard for the Eastern Shore Railway MuseumThe Eastern Shore Railway Museum in Parksley, VA is your ticket to a fascinating trip back in time to the days of the classic railways.

Parksley, Virginia was founded in 1885, the year after the completion of the New York, Philadelphia, and Norfolk Railroad down Virginia’s Eastern Shore to Cape Charles. This Victorian town was built around and initially thrived specifically because of the railroad, so it’s fitting that such a wonderful railroad collection should be cared for here; maintained and displayed for the general public to admire and learn from.

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Celebrate the 4th of July On Chincoteague Island

June 17th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

4th of July On Chincoteague Island If you’re looking for a unique and wonderful way to celebrate Independence Day, there are few better ideas than treating yourself to a 4th of July on Chincoteague Island!

So what’s there to do for the 4th of July on Chincoteague Island?

First and most obviously, the 89th Annual Volunteer Fireman’s Carnival will be in full swing, July 4th and 5th!

The Chincoteague Volunteer Fireman’s Carnival is always a great time with carnival rides and games for both adults and kids, food booths, live entertainment, raffles, and more. Come out, have some fun, eat some food, win some prizes, and do so knowing that the proceeds go towards supporting the Chincoteague Volunteer Fire Department, who also happen to be our source of Saltwater Cowboys.

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Surf Fishing Assateague Island

May 14th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Surf Fishing Assateague IslandSurf fishing Assateague Island is a great, outdoor pastime – and can be a fruitful one as well, especially this time of year!

What is surf fishing?

If you’re picturing an angler on a surfboard, back up a bit there, fellah. Surf fishing is conducted from the shoreline or while wading in the surf. Similar terms like “surf casting” and “beach casting” are more specific and refer casting into the surf from or near the beach. Surf fishing, as the name implies, is primarily a saltwater endeavor. Surf fishing is a general term and does not specify they type of equipment used or what type of shoreline you are fishing from – you can even surf fish from a pier.

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Captain Bob’s Marina Flounder King Tournament

April 13th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Captain Bob's Marina Flounder King TournamentIt’s spring – and no Chincoteague Island spring is complete without a Captain Bob’s Marina Flounder King Tournament!

Captain Bob’s Marina Flounder King Tournament is a local tradition that pays out cash prizes for the top winners, so if you like yourself some fishing and fancy yourself good at it, head on over to Chincoteague Island between May 16th – May 25th and register to enter. You don’t even need a boat! (but that would probably help)

Here’s a list of the rules and regulations for this year’s Captain Bob’s Marina Flounder King Tournament

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Schedule for the 2014 Chincoteague Pony Swim

March 19th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Schedule for the 2014 Chincoteague Pony Swim

It may still seem like winter where you are but warmer weather is on the way and with it, the 2014 Chincoteague Pony Swim. If you hope to witness the 89th annual return of this wonderful, historical event, you’ll want to start planning now.

The 2014 Chincoteague Pony Swim schedule was announced earlier this year so we thought we’d put together a guide of the events

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Blast Off for the NASA Visitor Center at Wallops Flight Facility!

February 17th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Blast Off for the NASA Visitor Center at Wallops Flight Facility5,4,3,2, 1 – we have ignition – LIFT OFF! Did you know that the NASA Visitor Center at Wallops Flight Facility was just 10 minutes from Miss Molly’s Inn on Chincoteague Island?

The NASA Visitor Center at Wallops Flight Facility is one of the oldest launch sites on the planet, having been in operation since 1945.

The NASA Visitor Center is your gateway to fun and adventure as you explore the past, present, and future of the Wallops Flight Facility. You wont need to take a rocket trip to feel like you’ve been in outer space after visiting this amazing place!

Feel like an astronaut hanging in space at the interactive Science On a Sphere® Theater. Watch as computer projected animations take shape on a six foot diameter globe, illustrating the atmospheric storms and changing ocean temperatures of our home planet in a fascinating, educational display that will have you mesmerized.

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Seasons on Chincoteague Island

January 29th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Seasons on Chincoteague Island

There’s no bad season for a Chincoteague Island visit.

We are blessed with all four seasons, here on Chincoteague island, and each one is unique and worth experiencing. We have a tendency to think only of certain places at certain times when it comes to planning our vacations and, thus, can miss out. This guide, then, is an attempt to help break you of that one-season-worth-visiting mindset, at least when it comes to the seasons on Chincoteague Island.

Chincoteague Island Winters
There’s no denying it gets cold here but not so cold that you can’t still bundle up and enjoy our town, beaches, and wildlife. Now can be a great time to experience a less-touristy version of island life. Also, the world class bird watching continues on both Chincoteague and Assateague islands with the snow geese and other, seasonal, migratory visitors avian wildlife an on-going attraction to our shores.

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Miss Molly’s 2014 Valentines Day Special

January 20th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Miss Molly's 2014 Valentines Day SpecialThis Valentine’s Day, why not surprise your loved one with a trip to the romantic, island community of Chiconteague and stay at Miss Molly’s Inn with Miss Molly’s 2014 Valentines Day Special!

What better way to enjoy each other than a couple of nights on romantic Chincoteague Island and nearby Assateague Island with its pristine beaches, communities of migrating birds, and of course, the wild ponies? Recline on one of five wonderful porches around the inn to savor the sea breezes over a cup of freshly brewed tea or coffee. Stroll the beaches of Assateague Island, hand in hand with your love. Explore the spire of Assateague Lighthouse and the breathtaking view it commands. Walk the quiet streets of Chincoteague and enjoy her shops, galleries, and restaurants – or just stay in and enjoy basking in the presence of each other.

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Visiting The Wild Ponies of Assateague Island in Winter

December 16th, 2013 by Corey A. Edwards

Visiting The Wild Ponies of Assateague Island in WinterLike the rest of the Chincoteage Island, just because it’s winter doesn’t mean the wild ponies of Assateague Island’s Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge have been rolled up and stored away until spring!

They’re still here and, as a matter of fact, as long as you don’t mind the lower temperatures, now can be the one of the best times of the year to see them as you wont be fighting the crowds.

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Celebrate New Year’s Eve on Chincoteage Island

December 9th, 2013 by Corey A. Edwards

New Year's Eve on Chincoteage IslandOne of the great things about Chincoteage Island is our tendency to march to the beat of a different drummer on occasion. Take New Year’s Eve for example.

New Year’s Eve on Chincoteage Island can be celebrated in the normal way, I suppose – whatever that means – or you can take part in the Pony Island Horseshoe Drop & Costume Promenade.

And what is that, exactly, you ask? Allow me to illuminate:

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