Sandaway Waterfront Lodging
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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It's finally just days away! I can't believe this all started so long ago - in January. Including me, there are 8 in our group. I only 'know' one person but have chatted with others on Facebook & email and I'm excited to meet them and enjoy this trip with all of ...
Andi sent us all a good list of things to do - calling our banks etc. It's little details like this that are most helpful to ensure we don't forget.
She also sent us a list of everyone's arrival times, since we are coming in from different directions. I arrive first. The next group arrives about 16 hours after I do. Andi has arranged for our pick up from the airport - this is a big relief ...
... and two basset hounds have a run of the place. Miles spends a great deal of time building houses for Habitat for Humanity, and he is a great cook also. Wednesday night he made us his famous Maryland Crab Cakes and roasted potatoes.
Thurs Sep 19th we drove a short distance to St. Michael's, MD and spent a couple of hours at the Maritime Museum and ...
... the town dock for docking the dinghy also close PERFECT oh and also protected from all winds.We have friends here on the "BLUEBERRY GULL" a 48ft Willard and they have a DOXIE!!!!!Will be good to visit with them and catch up.Oxford is a beautiful port of entry established in 1683.It had some of the largest tobacco plantations and shipping centers.Following the American Revolution they lost their luster,businesss went under,people moved away and ...
... out of the Pax River, our course would be almost due north and we were hoping for more west in the forecast. NW would be a bit too much on the nose without a mainsail. This would also be our first use of the new rudders.
After removing all our dock fenders and one-by-one removing all of our lines to bring aboard, we left the dock at 0755. We had a downwind fast motor run down the Pax River and ...