Bay View Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
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Wachapreague is a small fishing village that looks out over the Wachapreague Channel, which winds through marshes and wetlands out to the Atlantic between Parramore and Cedar Islands. The Machipongo Indians, whose artifacts have been found in the soil, lived here in 1656 when English settlers arrived. The steamboat Tuckahoe travelled here from New York City beginning in 1884. The hotel built in 1902 was a popular destination for visitors from the north who would come down ...
... were crushed pretty quick when it turned on so we loaded it up and off we went. It stared as more of a bird watching adventure, before we got out to where we were going to drift our bail along the bottom in search of a species of fish called spot.We had nothing for like 2 hours, until Roger moved the boat and Carole hooked up. When Roger hooked up simultaneously and then I did about seconds later. We dropped the anchor and what ensued was the most ...
... irrelevant details have since somehow escaped my mind). Once our golf was finished we went to Rogers house on lake while he sorted some stuff out. He did however bring out his gun and told Carole and I to go nuts on the squirrels. Despite not seein any, we shot a few trees and things like that. We went back and had a delicious dinner outside on the porch and saw some bats and hummingbirds while we watched the sun go down. More of the same this evening, more wine and more catch ...
... which is about an hour and a half away and is where Carole lives. Her house overlooks the 7th green of a golf course and is one of the most beautiful houses I have seen in ages!
I settled into her spare bedroom, which came equipped with the world's second most comfortable bed (after mine at home). We cooked soft shell crabs for dinner and we caught up on the last few years, over a bottle of ...
... of the bar. I then had enough leverage, along with the Herculean strength, to pull the bend out of the bar. I then repositioned the truck on the bar and used a long monkey wrench to take out the bend. A few more whacks with the sledge hammer, and I was able to get everything lined back up.
I did have to make a run to the ...