Marquis Manor Bed And Breakfast
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... 30-40 mile an hour winds.
We stopped for a picnic lunch in Cape Charles, hoping to catch a glimpse of the lighthouse which bears its' name. We did not find it - instead seeing a town water tank painted to resemble an iron lighthouse. Someone here has quite a sense of humour.
We have ended the day in Fruitland - a place where most people, like us, are "just passing through".
The Conaway's and the Beauchamp's left Stockton, MD at 5 p.m. and the Porter's fell in the convoy in Snow Hill. We traveled to Cumberland , MD and slept in a Walmart lot. This night start enabled us to avoid the morning work traffic from the Bay Bridge north. 281 miles traveled.
... specific pet loops for a total of 104 campsites. It was beautiful set under tall trees and the sites are well taken care of with fire pits and brand new picnic tables. There is a marina with boat slips, and over thirty miles of six color-coded canoe/kayak trails of the Janes Island Water Trail, where one can stop at some sandy beaches. Boaters can find excellent crabbing and fishing opportunities – license needed. ...
... shell crab and crab cakes for lunch. We want to thank all of you who sent us suggestions of places to see or restaurants to try--keep them coming! Although we missed the blooming cherry blossoms due to cold weather, the flowering trees now are exploding with color. Pinks, whites and deep yellow flowers are everywhere. Spring flowers like daffodils all ...
... a bit more, the “next day” became the day after that. Finally, the weather fell into place and we devised a departure behind a passing cold front on strong NNW winds around midnight of November 10, slipping out of the Chesapeake on a falling tide and getting to the Gulf Stream off Cape Hatteras during daylight the next day.
This was another example of “not too soon, but not too late” timing. The ...