Camp Merryelande

15914 Camp Merryelande Rd, Piney Point, Maryland, 20674-0222, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 15914 Camp Merryelande Rd, Piney Point, is near St. Mary's City and Piney Point Lighthouse.
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    Travel Blogs from Piney Point

    Day 16 - Rappahannock River Virgina

    A travel blog entry by hemslie on Jun 24, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... nor did Bryan it was a lot of fun.

    Later I the afternoon Renn and Steve drove us for provisions on our way to store we took a cut across on this wee little ferry that holds 3 cars and it's free! a lot better the our BC ferry costs :-) then back to the boat a great day with great friends.

    We we have decided to stay and enjoy another day here.

    Pictures coming tomorrow the internet is slow.







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    Summer Maintenance and Re-launch of Pas de Deux

    A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Nov 08, 2012

    22 photos

    ... the staff at Dennis Point we concluded this marina was a terrific facility for us and planned to have Pas de Deux hauled here soon after our arrival in July. The Dennis Point staff felt capable of hauling Pas de Deux by lifting on the chain plates and aft cleats rather than using slings under the hulls as is the common practice. Lifting from the chain plates and cleats is a preferred method for hauling Catana catamarans as the boats ...

    Installing the New Rudders

    A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Mar 21, 2009

    7 photos

    ... without having to ask John to dive. Back in December when we removed the bare starboard stock and port rudder, Dave simply attached a messenger line to the top of the stocks and dropped/pushed the stocks out the bottom. It was his aim to now attempt this in reverse. After we lost a rudder last autumn while sailing the Potomac River, Dave had to research fabricators who could produce a replacement (we would actually replace both rudders). After determining both ...

    Article: Jammeh Calls for Islamic Solidarity

    A travel blog entry by mafoley on Nov 02, 2007

    ... media and by politicians. Unfortunately, they are using our wealth in some Muslim countries to fight against Islam, which is very sad- a typical example is what is happenng in Iraq. If you ask the Iraqis today, they will prefer Saddam Hussein's government to what is happening there. They killed Saddam for killing 148 people, who attempted on his life. We know those who killed him, because we know that he was not killed by the Iraqis, but people outside Iraq. From the day of the ...

    Day 2: Cultural Context

    A travel blog entry by mafoley on Oct 29, 2007

    ... time, there are many citizens who are proud of their country. What draws us to a place? That would be culture. Wolof Dialogue Language is one defining aspect of a culture. In Allison's description, she includes a typical dialogue in Wolof. Here is the dialogue with the translation. ~Salaamooleikum! ~Waleikum salaam! -Nanga Def? -Mangi fi, yoonak? -Jama Rek, Jama nga Fanaan? -Jama Rek, naka suba si? -Suba sangi fi, naka sa wakeergi? -ņungi fi.... Translation: peace be upon ...