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Roadtreking: Assateague Island – wild ponies, kites, birds, and bikes

From the bloggers at Roadtreking.

We are at Site 17 on the Ocean Loop at Assateague National Seashore in Maryland for a week. Assateague is a barrier island on the Maryland/Virgina border.  Two of our Standard Poodles, Tate and Farley, are enjoying the trip with us in our Roadtrek 190 Popular. We are located just behind barrier dunes.

This out of the way place has plenty to recommend it, stuff to do and to see. We are boondocking here because there are no electric, water, or sewer hookups, although potable water and a dump station are about 1/4-mile away.

Thanks to our 100 watt solar panel, Onan generator, and occasional driving, we have plenty of battery power and our propane furnace and Reflectix in the windows keeps us snug on cool nights.

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