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We started the day eating breakfast at the Hotel. We then went to get Bikes at Youngs Bike Shop (founded in 1930). This was recommended by the hotel and Theron, Marinn's cousin. They were super efficient, had great equipment. and were very nice. We struck out on a (aggressive) bike ride. We navigated through the town, including the cobblestones on Main St, and then fought some tight streets / traffic until we finally got out of town. Once we were there, it was a casual ...
... airspeed was nearly 170 knots. I welcomed all the passengers, jokingly, and gave them the temperature and local time when we landed. I had a ball. It was a trip. The pilot was not much personality though. We got to the Nantucket Hotel and decided to go to Jettie's Beach. However the bus just left. So the General Manager drove us on the Nantucket Fire Truck (circa 1940s) to the beach 1 mile away. We went by John Kerry's (current ...
... the car watching the movies
ESME: The water at Lecount was like Antartica
MICAH: I saw a school of fish underneath the dock at Long Pond
CHARLIE: it was fun building sand castles
CARTER: The best part was building sand castles with Charlie and Max
POP POP: Micah swam to the dock un aided twice at Long Pond
HW: next year the kids will be able to go out to the dock without adults with then YEAH
Kids slept well- to 7am.
Weather seemed lousy so it was time to make gingerbread houses as teams. They came up w designs and then "fabricated " them- awards were made for various categories.
Also started the Kersteen Salt Works factory: start some sea water to evaporate making genuine Wellfleet Sea salt.
And the brave crew shoved off to ...
... was active in five major wars (the Mexican-American War, American Civil War, Spanish-American, World War I and World War II) but never fired a shot in anger.
During the Mexican War Fort Adams was briefly under the command of Brigadier General Franklin Pierce, who would be elected President of the United States in 1852.
The War Department was concerned about the political sympathies of Marylanders during the Civil War, so the United States Naval Academy was ...