Harris Cove Cottages Bed 'N Boat
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... crab for several hours. Ellen and her husband have over sixty cages deployed off of Calvert Beach and they had been “soaking” for three days. Each cage is pulled up utilizing a power winch, banged on the side of the boat to get rid of the stinging sea nettles and then the crabs are dumped out of the cage into a sorting box. Don puts in new bait (fish) and when Ellen gives the word drops the freshly baited cage next to the next ...
... Mom !!!". Who are we kidding, we'll miss them terribly.
Last thing to know, we'll be 11 hours ahead of east coast time. So don't call us at a time that you wouldn't want us to return the favor back to you.
Michele and Jay (Jay is what we'll use for the sake of separating play from professional life)
"Her secret, we would discover, was that once you have traveled, the voyage never ends, but is played out over and over again in the quietest chambers, that the mind can never break off from the journey." --pat conroy
this is a quote nat and i found on our travels among many others that we thought very appropriate. we'll always remember the road. we're really ...
... visits with friends, family and seeing everything we ever wanted to see in AMERICA! (and a little of canada too).
so here's the background on how this whole thing came about, for anyone interested. about a year ago, when trying to decide on a vacation spot for our 30th birthday (for anyone who doesn't know us we're pretty big into travel), nat and i started to revisit the idea of the 'big one'. we never did go ...
... made the lighthouse a very interesting exhibit by keeping the lighthouse open and filling it with all of the things a lighthouse keeper and his assistant (if he had one) would have had when they lived out on the water. There were also signs on the walls telling the stories of different lighthouse keepers. Stories like, how one lighthouse keeper was stranded in the lighthouse when the bay froze over one year. Having no food left and no other ...