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... for over 4000 students-- the largest dorm in the USA. We then had a quick visit to the Maryland State building and ate lunch on the steps, enjoying the beautiful architecture in the surrounding neighborhood. Next was a 45 minute narrated boat tour on the Harbour Queen of the Annapolis harbour. That left almost 3 hours for shopping, checking out museums and enjoying the beautiful 24 degree weather. Our time in Annapolis wrapped up with a buffet dinner ...
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At present we are surrounded by other catamarans all heading south. Very exciting.
... Capital House, the Smithsonian Castle and to the White House, we saw where Lincoln was assassinated at the Ford Theatre - we nearly did it all. When we walked to the White House it was all blocked off - apparently the Obama's were out and about - so we viewed the back of the White House then walked round to the front. While we were a hundred miles away at the front, I saw movement on the lawn up front of the house and joked around saying there they are. Next ...
... certainly makes an impression, and I think both Lee-Anne and I momentarily thought "What have we done".
We have been aboard a few days now and are settling in. Lee-Anne is hard at work adding the homely touches.
Dylan and I are starting work on the job ...
... designed to assist in the dredging of oyster beds. I read at one point that this area has the only commercial fishing fleet in the America that still uses boats under sail power. The next building housed a temporary exhibition of aerial photographs taken of the same areas of the Chesapeake Bay during drastically different time periods. They showed how buildings and nature have changed, and in some cases, been preserved and also how the rising ...