Fleeton Fields Bed & Breakfast

2783 Fleeton Road, Reedville, Virginia, 22539, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 2783 Fleeton Road, Reedville, is near Reedville Fishermen's Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Reedville

    Unbelievable fishing

    A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Aug 27, 2014

    12 photos

    There would be no sleeping in this morning, as we had to be up early to go fishing! Roger was going to be taking us out on his boat into the river so we went to his place to get things sorted.He has a dock literally at the back of his house from which, he launches his boat. Pretty convenient if you ask me! I was a little skeptical though. You know how unreliable boats are, and given that he had only taken it out once this year, i had my doubts that it would ...

    Preparations for 2011 Passage to Eastern Caribbean

    A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Nov 10, 2011

    4 photos

    ... br> In the big picture, the offshore passage preparations mean getting the boat, crew, and provisions ready for 7 to 10 days at sea in time to depart near the end of hurricane season in early November, then picking a favorable weather window as near term forecasts become available. The specific departure has to be “not too soon, but not too late.” The scheduling dilemma that develops is that the longer into November we wait, ...

    2011 Summer Maintenance

    A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Nov 01, 2011

    10 photos

    ... electronic instruments and antennas in preparation for having the mast removed to accomplish several maintenance issues. On July 11th we motored the short distance to BJYY where Pas de Deux would stay until August 8th.

    With the mast removed we were able to (hopefully) resolve the nagging mainsail halyard problem and replaced the masthead wind instrument. The problems with the wind ...

    REEDVILLE

    A travel blog entry by mainship on May 31, 2009

    ... Elijah Reed"who moved here from Maine in 1873 whom established the first menhaden fish processing plant.There is still the process today you see the 100ft "working Boats" in the bay and return daily to unload the thousands of pounds of (pogies or also called a menhaden small boney fish uneatable to humans that is cooked to make fish oil,meal and fertilizer)and is still quite profitable today.In the early 1900"s there were several plants and ...

    Solomons to Mill Creek near Reedville

    A travel blog entry by darborn on Oct 21, 2008

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... was some need to use wheel vigorously. Another heavier boat, a ketch behind us seemed to be more affected than us and we pulled away from them quickly so the heavy versus light boat for rough conditions was not proven to us on this day. The Sirius Radio weather chart for the timing of the front was very accurate and seeing the weather play out on the chart plotter ...