BEST WESTERN Eastern Shore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Exmore
It was a beautiful morning and Ryan was in the pool before camp at 8:30. The wind was perfect so the boats went in. After a couple trips around the marks it was time for some solo sailing. Ryan handled his boat with ease. He loves jumping out and swimming in fishing bay. There is always time for some swim to the marks and back before snacks. The class got to take a tour of the boat yard and across to the big ...
... eyes. This included lots of cannonballs from the diving board. There was even a splash contest between coach Paul and coach Erin. That was until the bell rang and it was ice cream sundaes. Ryan ate 2 bowls with whipped cream and sprinkles. He went back to the pool and swam lap after lap playing sharks and minnows in the deep end. Dragging his mimi they wandered home. It was pancakes for dinner and he ate ...
... So we feel better now, he has run aground
twice on his trip so far too.
Monday we were planning a layday, but left around midday heading to either Rhode River or West River.
Well we were on our way into Rhode River when the GPS stopped reading
and the channel was again narrow and not well marked. Although in the
channel we hit bottom again, this time I quickly reversed and got off.
... and U.S.! So we need a new chip to get Canadian coverage. Of course the only U.S. West Marine locations with the chip are in California! The grocery store was also close by so we took advantage of that for fresh produce and meats.
We’re joining Richard and Kathy on “Rambler” tonight for dinner. They are heading off to Rock Hall tomorrow - a little farther than we’d like to travel so Richard is trip planning while he cooks our dinner on the ...
This afternoon I finally made it to Onancock, VA, to meet the friend I had made through the Griefnet widowed group. Bobbi and I had connected first because we both had lost beloved husbands and were grieving that loss, and second because we were both caring for aged mothers. There were other, secondary, points of similarity also, and we had decided that when both our mother's were dead, that we would meet somewhere. After about three weeks it seems we both came to ...