Bay View Inn
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Travel Blogs from Tangier Island
... GPS and it really helps us to have two views of our route in unknown territories. Tangiers is an Island with few changes over the last 50 years. A three hour visit is all that was needed. Teresa gave us the $5 tour on her golf cart and we had lunch at Loraine's (one of three places on the island). Our pictures include work boats and crab shacks that prepare crabs for selling. The island is losing vast amounts of land due to the rising water ...
On the morning of May 7 we finally left Annapolis marina and set course South towards the Atlantic.. Last couple of days in the marina both of us started feeling anxious to leave, so we are happy to be finally out on the water.. Very little wind here in the Chesapeake bay, so we motor all the way, occasionally letting the Genoa out when the wind picks up in the afternoon to give us another knot of speed.. First night we spent on anchor in ...
... specific pet loops for a total of 104 campsites. It was beautiful set under tall trees and the sites are well taken care of with fire pits and brand new picnic tables. There is a marina with boat slips, and over thirty miles of six color-coded canoe/kayak trails of the Janes Island Water Trail, where one can stop at some sandy beaches. Boaters can find excellent crabbing and fishing opportunities – license needed. ...
... session i think i've ever had. They did not stop biting, and within a very short period of time we had caught what we felt sufficient amounts for our dinner. That magic number was 20. We kept fishing because it was fun, but we must have thrown close to 20 more back in. We had lunch- southern fried chicken- and then decided it was time to head back, my arms were sore anyway, from catchin so many fish. We got back to the dock and then the fun part began- cleanin all ...
... we need it today but what if...important to be ready.
Coming in to Norfolk we passed the largest Naval base in the US it was very interesting to see, again we were lucky to get a free look as we passed other people packed into a tour boat. There were naval helicopters flying about and a jet something g to see. Lots of industrial container barges, cranes, and tugs lots of tugs!