George Brooks House B&B
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... open and returned with a new tube; Then we realized we did not have the correct wrenches to take things apart. BUT - come on it's Gary we are talking about; he took the kickstand off and used the frame clamp from that as a wrench. Back on the road we went and decided to go back to town and have lunch and rehydrate with Gin and Tonics.
... of crab soup and, various types of seafood.Afterwards, we continued East towards our final destination, Saint Michaels. As we entered the town, a sign read "Welcome to Saint Michaels - the town that fooled the British." During the War of 1812, the residents of Saint Michaels were forewarned that British barges were on the water ready to attack with cannon fire. The residents took their lanterns and tied them to the trees above the city. The British naturally thought ...
Hi I thought I would list the web site for our new safety beacon, that also doubles as an tracking device. I believe that you can log on th the web address I have copied in below and see where we are as we go. If we turn the tracking device on, which we will probably do on voyages or day sails etc
Ahhhh technology, how did we ever get by ...
... racing them !!!!!!!
We then got up early on Sunday morning and left for Washington DC in the car. It's only about an hour away - so we met the girls around 9 am. Boy are there museums in Washington - it's like museum city - but by the end of the day we had walked I think about 100 miles. We went to parts of the Smithsonian - the Air and Space Museum and the Imax, the National Museum of Natural History, the National Museum of American History, we ...
... certainly makes an impression, and I think both Lee-Anne and I momentarily thought "What have we done".
We have been aboard a few days now and are settling in. Lee-Anne is hard at work adding the homely touches.
Dylan and I are starting work on the job ...