Candlewood Suites Chesapeake/Suffolk
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... instructing Cornwallis’ guy to give it to one of Washington’s junior officers.
Today concludes our time in this area, but I would definitely like to return some day. It’s certain, you could spend weeks here and not see half of what is here to see. Without rain, I think we could have managed more sightseeing, but I am grateful Hurricane Joaquin changed her path and gave us less than what we were expecting. We’re hoping for drier days ...
... Fleet. Hence, lighthouses everywhere and I reckon babies learn reef knots before teething. There are two very long bridge/tunnel crossings to let cars go North. The tunnel parts are so the enemy cannot bomb a bridge and trap the fleet.
Weather changed tonight from perfect to windy. We shift to Ocracoke Island tomorrow, so might be a rough crossing.
Her view of events:
Since we arrived in this country, I have ...
His View of the Norfolk Experience: Day 1 Aka Good to Go Navy Base Norfolk was kind of the point of coming down here. Dallas was really just a place to land and recover. Norfolk is a really cool place. I could easily live here. There is water everywhere with dolphins, swamps with gators, forests with black bear and quite a laid back feeling. We are only here for a long weekend and this means we have sadly missed the Gay Pride celebratory weekend at ...
... very sweet people.Then got geared up to grab lunch (delicious mexican food) and pick up Joel to head to the beach! When we got to Joel's, we got to meet his mother, she was such a sweetheart, and funny. She showed me an old picture of Joel from highschool when he had a goofy jew-fro it was hilarious. Once we loaded up the car with balls, games, and drinks we ventured to the beach. It was so nice, the water was warm but a little rapid. I might have lost my top due to ...
... We were the last to leave the ferry as one of the ferry hands yelled, "Good luck with that hill!" The entire crew seemed to revel in the joke. Whether there was a hill or not was our question. We couldn't see far enough ahead of us through the overwhelming darkness and thickening fog. Chris' 'light' was history and fortunately we had replaced the batteries in my headlight and it afforded us at least a modicum of light to see by. ...