1843 Battery Carriage House Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... Ashley to Elsa.
(E) And so our holiday started. You probably deducted that she went over an alligator's tail! Yes, they are roaming neighborhoods now.
The further north we traveled, the colder it got – in fact, I ...
... dogs, young and old dogs. It was the best dog park we have ever been to, that’s for certain. The sign at the lake even said "No Swimming or Wading, only Dogs Allowed." Cool, a beach that people can’t go into, but dogs can.
After his swimming session we took him to the dog wash area and cleaned off the sand. Now why was it we gave him a bath yesterday? Oh well, no matter.
We headed back to the campsite and sat ...
... the planes took off and landed. Stephen gave us more information and then turned us loose telling us to meet back at the bus at 4:00. There were many planes and a helicopter on the deck to look at. My favorite was the F-14A Tomcat like the one Tom Cruise flew in Top Gun. Then we went up and toured the bridge and navigation areas. We ended up back on the Hangar Deck where they stored the planes when they weren't on the flight deck. There were more planes ...
... addition of an angled deck to better operate jet aircraft in her role as an attack carrier (CVA). In 1958, YORKTOWN was designated an anti-submarine aircraft carrier (CVS), and would later earn 5 battle stars for service off Vietnam (1965-1968). The ship also recovered the Apollo 8 astronauts and capsule (December 1968). YORKTOWN was decommissioned in 1970 and placed in reserve; and in 1975, was towed from Bayonne, NJ to Charleston to become ...
After getting Winnie set up, and before the light show, I whipped together a big pot of RV chili (which simply means I made it in the RV.) Then we bundled up and headed to the shuttle stop for an evening of lights, decorations and holiday festivities,
I will say, the displays were AMAZING and the history behind this event is very impressive! This year also happened to be the 25th Anniversary ...