The Inn at 1816 Postoffice
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Up for quickie then breakfast, meet the True's laying out in the sun, they where both still under the weather but in good spirits , TC and I went to the Gallery lecture and tour, the lecture was good and the tour was okay. Back on deck, tanning, I went to Pub old lunch at the wheelhouse bar, good fish and chips, meet ...
... an purchase of a drink,it was okay, then I tried to get in on the music event but was late,, watched, had rum tasting a 1500 , 1600 navingtion by sea, 1700 back in room resting, formal night, . Had dinner the flank steak was really good, went to two shows the old pub show and the Dan Horn vetiaquest ...
... enjoyed watching them as we woke up. The kids had fun building a fort in the trailer after which we noticed Clare had somehow gotten a marshmallow stuck in her hair. We had to cut it out and still don't know how it happened!
After a swim and a game of mini golf we headed down the street to the state park. We set up, did some school work, went grocery shopping then drove ...
... saw dolphins jumping just off the shore. The fishing guys were concerned that they might get tangled in their lines, so they pulled their rods in and waited for them to leave.
We headed out to another set of piers that goes way further out onto the water, looked around a bit, then headed back to the car. We checked on the pelicans again, and they were still trying to swallow that damn mudshark. We hope they're not still there trying to eat it!
... and met an English boy and subsequently married him and stayed – a bit like our story in reverse – evidently she wasn’t too keen on this development. That’s where our stories differ!)
To get back to the carvings, we had a leaflet showing the location of the ‘statues’ so we set off to find them, not realising at first that some were in peoples gardens. Anyhow we had a great time walking in ...