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We got up for breakfast.
Then I went back to bed. Until after noon.
Checked in for our airplane.
Went to the Williamsburg Lodge for their brunch.
If we'd realized that we hadn't paid for that one in advance (neither of us was awake enough to really comprehend the confirmation card, …
Well, today we had to say goodbye to our very convenient colonial house and move all of a mile and a half, maybe two, down the road to a new bed and breakfast.
Started out the day actually, again, making it to breakfast at the Regency Room. Good, as usual, but still not something I'd pay that much for if it weren't part of our package. …
... in, so I'm glad I made the decision to get it out while we had the chance. Why did I need to return to the marina? Well, in our rush to get her out before the sun set we forgot that the dinghy outboard was in heated storage at the marina. Doggone it! The car was already packed to the roof, now I need to fit an outboard inside???
It's great to see her without all the snow and ice and with the bimini up. The ...
... of the photos. There was so much to see and I only took pictures of a small part of the displays.
It was a great family outing. Although the weather was quite chilly in the low 40s, we all enjoyed our time together.
Tomorrow will be bitter sweet, having breakfast with the family before leaving for Florida. ...
... sweats casual, so I kept the picture taking to a minimum.
We were joined by a couple of Eric and Dawn's friends for the evening to enjoy the late football game and some delicious leftovers.
Spending time with the family is what I call a good retirement plan. ...