Solomons Victorian Inn
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... away and smelling of burnt hair. Upon further examination we noticed the crazy son of gun had singed all the hair on his right arm and didn’t even know it! Oh, these crazy Copsey’s!
We really enjoyed Flea’s kids and grand kids. Morgan, Lacie and Emma are just as sweet as can be and helped fill the void our Aubrey and Madi usually fill. On a sad note, Roy’s Mom, who is now 88, has recently come to live with Flea until she can be ...
... We are still stuck aboard until it stops raining... neither of us want to go out in the cold drizzle and since we are now on “island time” there is no hurry to get going.
As we see the devastation to the north of us we are grateful for our good fortune. Our thoughts and prayers go out to those who have suffered loss and who may be without power for days to come.
... Boy that feels strange after getting used to places catering to you no matter what the time of year. Of course this is the area of the country that was hard hit with snow storms this year while we shivered in Florida! Sadly the Lore and Sons Oyster House was closed too! It was the oyster business that gave the name to this location from as far back as 1865. There are also supposed to be tobacco plantations (some still operative) up the ...
Dave made a very hot stir fry last night! Before we left I picked over the vegetable garden and amongst the lovely pink Brandywine tomatoes were some tiny red chillies, two of which found their way into our supper last night. Once underway on Sunday we found that our speed log and trip meter were not functioning. First thing this morning we set to work solving the problem - a loose connection, I suggested as ...
... out. President Jammeh further revealed that he believes in one system of democracy and that's the only type of democracy that will prevail in The Gambia. He then noted that "we should believe in ourselves and have faith in our religion and our cultural beliefs and values". Furthermore, he slammed the attempt "to democratise the Middle East". "We Muslims have seen our way and we don't want anyone further to come to show us the way or lead us. Everyday they provoke Islam, both ...