Budget Inn Nassawadox
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Flats Lighthouse on the internet that was a few miles south and out in the Bay. So, Molly and we got back in the Jeep and drove off in search of this lighthouse. We drove back roads, and even a trail out to the shoreline trying to find it, but to no avail. We guess it was too far off the shore to be seen.
We drove back to the coach and grill burgers for ...
... were dead and the tasting room and winery looked like it had not been open for some time, so we turned around and headed back to the campground.
When we arrived, we decided to walk over to their café and have a late lunch/early dinner. Shirley had their flounder sandwich and I ordered their crab cakes. Both were very good and fresh. We also had a scoop of ice cream to finish the meal and the day ...
... a water view (actually a waterfront) and it was worth it. Since we arrived on Thursday, there were only a few rigs in the campground. We both agreed that this place would be a zoo during the summer.
After grilling some chicken, we watched the sun go down over the ...
... session i think i've ever had. They did not stop biting, and within a very short period of time we had caught what we felt sufficient amounts for our dinner. That magic number was 20. We kept fishing because it was fun, but we must have thrown close to 20 more back in. We had lunch- southern fried chicken- and then decided it was time to head back, my arms were sore anyway, from catchin so many fish. We got back to the dock and then the fun part began- cleanin all ...
... and unfortunately was lingering for quite some time) decided where it was going and when. Realizing we probably had to wait multiple days, Dave and Donna sailed Pas de Deux back up the Bay a short distance the next day. This would provide a more pleasant anchorage in Mobjack Bay to wait out the rough weather that would affect Norfolk from the movement of what had become the named storm “Sean”. Bob drove back to Jaynes to ...