We spent the weekend in Lewes, Delaware. The bed and breakfast we stayed at was a few miles north of town, on the water, and just as peaceful as we needed it to be. Highly recommended, especially if you’re traveling with a dog, since they’re pet friendly. We didn’t even feel like leaving the b&b swimming pool in the afternoon on Saturday. The only minus was that we didn’t get to use the bikes as much as we wanted since there was a chunk of BUSY rte. 1 separating us from town. Saturday we went to Cape Henlopen State Park, which was very nice. Lots of little paved trails to ride around, but we didn’t explore since we were there to build sand castles and sit out on the beach. Sunday morning before we left I was up early to get in a few miles on the flat oceanside terrain before everyone else woke up and started driving their cars around by the thousands. I rode into Lewes for some espresso, and south of Lewes to explore around the Junction and Breakwater trail between Lewes and Rehoboth. Not enough time to ride much of it since we had to get out of dodge right after breakfast to beat the traffic home, but it looked nice. A few drizzles, but all in all a nice 71 minute ride of 18.29 miles, averaging 15.3 miles an hour.