Ma Margaret'S House

Address: 249 Greenfield Road, Reedville, Virginia, 22539, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 249 Greenfield Road, Reedville, is near Reedville Fishermen's Museum.
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    Preparations for 2011 Passage to Eastern Caribbean

    A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Nov 10, 2011

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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 ...

    2011 Summer Maintenance

    A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Nov 01, 2011

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    ... 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 ...


    A travel blog entry by mainship on May 31, 2009

    ... 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 ...

    Wilton Creek Piankatank River

    A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Jun 20, 2008

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    We left Mill Creek at 0810 hours with John and Norma. Winds were light from N, NE; sunny and warm. The wind went calm in late morning (not so bad if you're John and Norma!) and we sat still in the middle of the Bay for over an hour eating lunch. With no wind, we had to motor most of the remaining distance to Wilton Creek when the spinnaker wouldn't ...

    Heading home

    A travel blog entry by leeandal on Jul 21, 2007

    I'd tell you we had to be off the ship early since we were scheduled to disembark at 6:15 but George left the ship at 3am for a 6am flight. The airport was an absolute zoo with 2500 passengers turned lose on the airport at almost the same time. The flight to Washington, DC got in a little late but we could have made the 5pm flight to Orlando if it hadn't been full. The flight ...

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