Webster House

14364 Sedwick Ave., Solomons, Maryland, 20688, United States | B&B
 

Travel Blogs from Solomons

Weathering the Storm

A travel blog entry by ruthandpierce

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... have been more “at risk” during the storm, we are now much better off than most people in the region. We have 450 amp hours of batteries, an engine to charge them, 6 months worth of food, 100 gallons of water, a propane heater and stove with fuel to run them for weeks, dozens of books and games, internet, and each other's company.

From our cozy Hobbit-hole,

Ruth and Pierce

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Anchored for two nights due to weather

A travel blog entry by heidi.brown

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We left Deltaville on Monday when it was cloudy and when we rounded the Sting Ray Point and headed North up the Chesapeake we were hit with 15 - 20 knot winds and rain... The waves were between 3 - 5 ft and were off to the side so we rolled a bit and put out the jib. It was chilly but we managed to get to ...

All systems go!

A travel blog entry by darborn

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... into the bag by the companionway where the tridata manual is stored. As I reached up I dislodged the pepper spray gun and as it fell it clicked on the safety lever and landed on the trigger. All I can say is pepper spray in a confined area like a boat cabin is not a good scenerio! We exited the cabin eyes watering and coughing and let the cabin clear. The speed log was found to be a loose connection and with a ...

Policy Notes & Sources of ODU MUN

A travel blog entry by mafoley

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... troops) in the Liberian civil war and in Sierra Leone  However, there are also reports of past involvement in the illegal trade of "blood diamonds" from Sierra Leone.  2004, 196 men to Darfur with UN peacekeeping mission  Other peacekeeping missions include Bosnia, Kosovo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eritrea, and East Timor. Need:  Jammeh has a history of shuffling through foreign ministers, in line with a general trend he has with abusing ...

Day 4: Current Issues

A travel blog entry by mafoley

... of enterprises, halting subsidization of commodities, and levying fewer and lower duties on imports (in fact, lowering its maximum tariff from 90 percent to 18 percent). To make up for lost revenue while continuing to have money for social improvements, the government has had to turn more to taxing its people" (Wright 242). Poverty Statistics: "60% in the rural areas, 13% in Greater Banjul Areas and 28% in the urban centres" (CIA World Factbook) HEALTH Some ...

 

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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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