Point Breeze Bed & Breakfast
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... managed to collect a full bushel and a quarter of females and half bushels of males. All sixty pots were rebaited and deployed to soak for another few days. Ellen can crab six out of seven days and is required by law to take Monday off. After deploying the last pot, they sent us into the cabin while they cleaned all of the muck, crab debris and stuff off of the boat. A quick trip back to the slip and we headed back to Don’s house.
... we stayed there, there were home-made cookies sitting out in the living room, as well as a Halloween basket full of candy. The second night, the fireplace was going when we came back so we spent the evening downstairs reading up on the history of the building, which was in a binder on the coffee table, and drinking peppermint tea. Our room was large and comfy, with a huge bed and a separate sitting area as well as direct access ...
... br> We have very limited communications now
and are mainly relying on our sail mail for email and weather etc.
To contact us now email to this address firstname.lastname@example.org
Please only text though and keep them
reasonably short as it is relayed via the radio.
Earl seems to be heading pretty much
into our path if we continue and winds and swell are pretty strong
... s no surf see the sights. Hopefully all
this will work and he will be able to get another waiver when coming
back into the US. He's been very thoughtful and left us with a verbal list of all the things that need to be done while he is away playing.
It's been soooooooooooooooooo hot over here - but the next couple of
days is going to be in the 80's with chance of thunderstorms. The air ...
... tearing off the lungs, attempting to clear out the bile (you never get it all), scraping the meat out from its bony chambers, or hammering a knife into the legs and claws to split them open, but I was glad to be done. I did it for the experience, and it was an interesting one, but I think I'll stick to crab cakes from now on.
After learning all about the mysterious anatomy of the callinectes sapidus (blue crab), I headed northeast to Dover, Delaware.