Ma Margaret'S House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... our targeted passage date so as to try to identify a good weather window for our departure that ideally will last through the length of the journey. In reality, forecasts become unreliable beyond about 4 days, so we continue to communicate daily once underway. Once we have arrived at our destination, we listen in to forecasts as necessary for the region we are in, especially if we have no local VHF radio source for local weather ...
... area. With the mast down, the forestay was also replaced and some cosmetic repairs were made to the carbon fiber mast itself.
Dave's brother Pete assisted with reinstallation of the sails on August 7 and joined Dave for the trip south to Jaynes Marine in Reedville, VA for further maintenance. They stopped in Solomons for an overnight and enjoyed good weather and ample golden beverages…. The master plan ...
... The first day we ordered a dozen crabs,hush puppies and coleslaw and they brought out the crabs in a cardboard box with lots of old bay seasoning on top with brown paper to layer the table and a mallet to crack the claws.YUM-YUM.Mr Dach met a Jack Russel "MISSY" and played while we ate.After our bellies where full and hands washed off for a dinghy ride .A man approached us in the creek and said he had a DACHSHUND named PADDY that was afraid of ...
... wind at 0943. The predicted S wind didn't show up. We started out intending to troll under spinnaker but we took it right down and motored to troll. Had a couple small fish on a Clarke spoon, but landed none. We zig zag-ed our course to follow birds working the water. We arrived back at the marina around 1300 hours and got ready to depart for Arlington. ...
... that they are VERY proud of! 30/04 - Headed back into Charleston town again, walked around the cobbled streets, house hunting! Admired their ironwork again, which they are so very proud of; they like to tell you about their ironwork at every chance they get so we thought we should admire it - keeps the locals happy and all that :) We made the mistake of going down the big shopping street, I promised not to buy anthing but of course thats never gonna happen! I had to ring ...