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... The cocoon like chair goes back and a separate stool comes forward for feet. It is more than comfortable. Lunch (or dinner) is good; the food plus two glasses of wine puts me to sleep. While I say to Bob that I don't care if I never see another tulip, I don't really mean it. It is still light when we pull into the driveway, and I am delighted to see that my tulips have waited for me to come home. True, the 'Magic Carpet' mixture in the whiskey barrel is dying ...
In the meanwhile I use the internet here to organise the rest of my trip, My next stay will be in Maplewood, New Jersey with Rosine, a couch surfing host I am about to discover!
Sitting here, I look outside, we are in the middle of the woods, and a little further you can guess a boat or two, a pontoon and a little water creak. What a beautiful place to live!
This afternoon, we will all go to a wine tasting! (well, probably not Fhinn ;-))
... a final dinner with our fellow BOLD Maine voyagers on Syringa and Sea Dog. Carol Bennett's homemade chicken pot pie is to die for! Said our goodnights and goodbyes with promises to meet again at the Annapolis Boat Show.
Monday, August 30
The Admiral awoke at 5:30 am, remembering her offer of fresh eggs to the owners of Sea Dog. She roused the Captain and tossed him and the eggs into the dinghy to make the delivery prior to ...
... naval architecture, systems, weapons), science (chemistry, biology, oceanography, physics, mathematics, computing science), social science (language, economics, politics) and officer development (psychology, ethics, law, philosophy). In their fourth year, they decide if they want advanced officer training or their preferred assignment i.e. a ship, submarine or aircraft pilot.
Around town, they usually walk in groups ...
... for Christ, but we wouldn't be able to meet with our contact person until 6:30 tonight. So, needless to say, we had some time to kill. As we headed out of town, we stopped at a Panera for an early lunch. We sipped some tea, played some games, and let the rest of the morning roll by. Before we continued on, however, we had to backtrack to the hotel to pick up our pillow that we forgot--and were only reminded by a voicemail left by the hotel ...