Harris Cove Cottages Bed 'N Boat
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... trip. The marinas are packed and it is very hot. We walked through town and settled at the crab house restaurant. It was fun to watch the families attack those crabs with their mallets. The table of three couples next to us really knew what they were doing! The ladies even had their own crab aprons on and were very willing to show me how they clean out every morsel of the crab meat. On Saturday night we scoped out the Chesapeake Bay Maritime ...
... they got a little drunk and lottle lucky at the bar and came looking
for a spot to do the wild thing. Ahhhh ONLY IN America!!!!
Needless to say this won't happen to us we have a very
effective watch dog. Then again she probably would have joined
them and they just might have liked that too :)
Any way we are
around internet for about 1 week to 10 days so if you want to skype
us now is the time OK.
"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 ...
well the time has finally arrived! we leave tomorrow on our epic adventure. a massive roadtrip all around north america. i meant to blog earlier with more planning info, but procrastinated as usual. and i'm not sure how interesting my blogs will actually be, but we wanted to update everyone on where we are and what's happening with us so ...here it is!
the plan: 61 days, estimate of 15000 miles, as many national parks as we ...
... 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 ...