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... began negotiating with us for the sale of our golf cart. We had been unsuccessful until then in all our efforts to rid ourselves of that cute little burden and were resigned to the idea of renting a flatbed trailer to haul it to a friends house today where it could be sold at his leisure. Obviously that was not a great solution, since we are seriously short on time now, but it was the only one we could come up with. Then a very nice man appeared out of the dark at the edge ...
... is how I envisioned things during a nightmare that woke me up at 2AM).
Ed is wrapping up the last of his projects this afternoon. As I type this he is installing a vent cover on the roof over the bathroom vent so we can operate it in the rain and wind without fear of wind or water damage. (You can imagine the disaster-scenario nightmares my fertile mind created about those possibilities!) Installing a CB and antenna on the truck are next, and ...
... holding up here waiting for a weather window Saturday morning. There is a low approaching Cape Hattress/Cape Fear that is bringing 30-40 kt winds, gusts to 50 with 10-15 ft seas. Fortunately it is nice and comfortable inside with the three heating units running. This also gives us time to go over the boat in greater detail to ensure that everything is ready. With 3 guys on board the boat is looking like a bachelor pad.
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... Park in order to view its concrete ships.
Concrete Ships? Yup, they stand in two rows in the Chesapeake Bay off Kiptopeke State Park. They are ships made of concrete, used to transport military supplies during World War II, then lined up and half-sunk in 1949 to form ...
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