The Gables

Address: 859 Main St, Reedville, Virginia, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 859 Main St, Reedville, is near Reedville Fishermen's Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Reedville

Northern Neck - Birthplace of Presidents

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 20, 2014

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... in Northern Neck that it has its own regional wine trail designation. Most, though, are only open for visitation in the latter part of the week, and I was there on a sleepy Monday. I went to Ingleside Winery, which I have to say had some very tasty wines, at least compared to the stuff I buy most of the time. In the $15 to $25 price range, though, they’re good as gifts but don’t fit into my evening nightcap budget. Sorry, Virginia, I love ...

Preparations for 2011 Passage to Eastern Caribbean

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Nov 10, 2011

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... likelihood a late season tropical weather system may develop in our path (read: hurricane—the season doesn't officially end until November 30); however delaying too far into November leads to more likelihood of severe cold fronts developing off the North American continent and disturbing the weather to the extent that they make a lengthy passage uncomfortable to unsafe. As is quite common, the insurance coverage of Pas de Deux ...

2011 Summer Maintenance

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Nov 01, 2011

10 photos

... tricolor light that we experienced last winter in the Caribbean turned out to have a common cause – the internal mainsail halyard was chaffing the wires running to the masthead. The wires are protected in a conduit starting near the mast base, but the conduit ends about 2 feet below the masthead, exposing the wires. Over time the halyard chaffed against all the wires in this exposed area and caused the ...


A travel blog entry by mainship on May 31, 2009

... wealthy and there is a section of town called "millionaires row"that is still evident today.There is a ferry that runs to Tangier/Smith Island most boaters prefer to take the ferry than their own boats because the waters and entrance are hard to navigate.A great island to see But they don't allow DOXIES on the ferry so we had to pass.We found the perfect place to drop the hook right off the Reedville marina and CRAZY CRAB restaurant in 13 ft ...

Solomons to Mill Creek near Reedville

A travel blog entry by darborn on Oct 21, 2008

1 comment, 3 photos

... useful . Sailed into the Great Wicomico River. Home of the Chesapeake menhaden fishing fleet. Menhaden are a small oily fish that swim in huge shoals and the fishing boats, literally vacuum them up - they are processed into fish oil and fish meal which are quite valuable however the town of Reedville, Virginia is noted for the pungent odors from the processing plants. ...