Folly'S Cove Bed And Breakfast
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... When I get my camera photos uploaded I will post them. Found my dream home but probably gonna stay a dream. It was such a lovely day Annapolis really is so beautiful! But it was so hot! My nose got a little sun burnt, in fact that's an understatement my nose got a lot of sun burn but hey the rest of me got TAN! When your sitting up top on the boat you don't feel the sun because of the amazing breeze. For my first time out in a boat I loved it! Plus chilling out with Alex ...
... of Saint Michaels towards Tilghman Island where we drove by the marina and Dr. Ric******* showed us the boat we would have taken out on the Bay if the weather had been better. We then drove down to the town of Cambridge and visited Dr. Ric*******'s house, which he is still in the process of renovating. All this driving took a while, as the Eastern Shore of Maryland is mostly rural, and the little towns along the coast are sprinkled every 20 miles or so. It was ...
... much all the way - it was a beautiful day out even though we had to motor and was it was very relaxing.
We've been doing more improvements on board and keeping busy - who says we retired to the easy life?? - like ordering parts to upgrade fridge and freezer, ordering parts for navigation - ummmm what else - I can say we now have a new bimini top but we are still waiting on the sides to be completed as the rigging man still needs to do his stuff - ...
Then we got lifted out of the water.
To Top it Off The Boat Yard Guys messed up and put the lift straps in the wrong place and dented our side. They are going to re glass and gelcoat us tomorrow though. I hope they do it well.!!!!
And have been rubbing back and painting the bottom all afternoon. Till about 9.30pm
So What a quiet relaxing retirement day in ...
... and head to St.Michaels where we have reservations at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum Marina You have to be a member to use their marina so we join for $100 so our dockage is $1.50 a ft plus $15 for electric it is an 18 acre facility complete with the TOLCHESTER BANDSTAND,THE HOOPS STRAIT LIGHTHOUSE moved there in 1966,a working boatyard and lots more a really cool place.All the other dockage is $3.50-$4.50 a ft plus $30 for ...