Point Breeze Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... s Crab House, with nice seafood dishes for those who like that type of thing, and plenty of other options and dessert for those who shy away from crustAceans. At 9 pm we congregated for a speaking competition- a recitation of the Gettysburg Address. Kelsi won the $100 first prize on the strength of the memory work she did. Andrea and Olivia shared tied for 2nd and $40, Quinn took 3rd prize for $20. 8 others took home $10 each for entering the ...
... saying the rigger is coming now - wow.
One thing tho is I'm glad we've seen the autumn colours - it's been quite spectacular, I've included some photos - the one looking down the road is what I call an "Arty" shot - many of you just may think it's blurry (that's my excuse :) )
Well hopefully next time you hear from us we will be on the move.
Love to you all from Us
... the inner harbour before returning to Windwalker and Skye and then decided to have a Bailey's before hitting the sack. Needless to say hangovers were part of our sail back to Pleasure Cove on the Saturday. All except Dylan.
We had more wind for the sail home, and it took us about 4 hours of purely sailing after tacking here and there - apparently we were the quickest out there - racing everyone - the only thing is the opponents didn't know that the ...
... packed to the rafters and with Skye in the Co-Pilot seat we headed off for Shell Beach and the Schultz's, about 200 miles north. Kathy, Brad and family, together with all of our friends ensured we had a great time for about a week, before we packed up the Dodge again and ...
... walls of keepers who rescued fishermen from storms or fishermen who did the same for them. It seemed most of the lighthouse keeper's time would have been spent on constant maintenance to the building. Cleaning and checking the light, cleaning the house, and forever repainting because of the toll the winds and sea air took on the building.
Around the grounds the museum had various other smaller historic buildings, recreations of buildings ...