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... us for the day and check out our RV for the first time. We do our best to explain that the nearby encampment is not really the "norm" and that this RV park overall is by far the lowest on the stars scale that we have stayed at. They shrug their shoulders and note – “This is New Jersey”.
Chris plays chauffer and tour guide for the day and first brings us first to Cowtown. What a hoot. We are greeted by what must be a contender ...
Now that it’s early autumn and the weather isn’t so
miserably hot anymore it’s time for a road trip, but where to go? Pennsylvania
isn’t too far, and it’s been a long time since I’ve visited many of the sights.
Gettysburg, Hershey, and the Amish Country were one of the first trips I went
on with my family as a tween. I can’t recall what the circumstance was that
enabled us to get away from grandmother care ...
August 11 - by Katelyn
Today we rode on a yacht in the Chesapeake
Today we woke up early and went to one of Pop-Pop's Rotary Club friend’s yacht for a party. When we first got to the boat we had food, and we played with two little dogs named Bella and Lilly. The yacht was so cool because it was big and well designed. We had a little ...
We slept in this morning (7:30) and motored over to the South Jersey Marina to fuel and water up. Connor noticed that there was a marine supply store there as well as a little breakfast place. We decided to treat ourselves. On the way in, we met Kevin - he is delivering a sailboat south and is a captain for a living. We had heard in the weather report that it was supposed to blow for the next couple of days, so Connor chatted him up for some advice - should we risk going ...
We decide to leave the marina for this day and a half trip after a bit more site seeing in DC. So by 1500, we are firing up the diesel and we leave the slip at Capital Yacht Club. I was ready to go. I really enjoy visiting big cities, but at the end of 10 days , I find that I can only take so much noise and crowding. It felt good to get the boat moving. With a late departure we make it only 25 miles to Mattawoman creek where we stayed last time. This ...