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... for over 4000 students-- the largest dorm in the USA. We then had a quick visit to the Maryland State building and ate lunch on the steps, enjoying the beautiful architecture in the surrounding neighborhood. Next was a 45 minute narrated boat tour on the Harbour Queen of the Annapolis harbour. That left almost 3 hours for shopping, checking out museums and enjoying the beautiful 24 degree weather. Our time in Annapolis wrapped up with a buffet dinner ...
... around town window shopping and eating ice cream. We bought some crab meat at a local fish market to freeze and take home.
Friday Sep 20--Leaving Wittman today and driving to Pocomoke City, MD. Staying at the Elks Lodge there for two nights. We plan on seeing the wild ponies of Chincoteague. See you there.
And the adventure continues,
... Hurricane strengthening, we decided to find a nice
hiding place in the Chesapeake till Earl sorted himself out.
Consequently we motored into Worton Creek after trying to get get
into Fairlee Creek, which is way to narrow and as we discovered even
Now we sit in the Sassafras River near
Georgetown a few miles further North and closer to the C&D
channel, that we will ...
... behind us - it's quite fun
driving that little device, I'm getting it down pretty good now i think and Kitty loves going in the dingy for a ride. But his
board went good - i think it's a bit heavier but he has done a pretty
good job in patching it up. Just got a message from Dylan they are leaving Texas now - it's 8 pm here. I think they had been looking at maybe checking out a surf camp for $5.00 a night and ...
November 2, 2009
Goodbyes are always hard and this one particularly hard for me as I do not know if I will see Alfred again. We had a great time, our days filled with visiting family, fabulous art, the charm of Chestertown, delectable food and a short voyage on a tall ship what more could one ask for. Thank you Virginia and Steve, we look forward to seeing you in Redmond soon.
On the road again . . . next stop St Michaels and a ...