Comfort Inn Easton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After a 14 hour flight now back in Maryland safely. Will return to Florida tomorrow afternoon of course after every trip it feels a little strange for a while to you readjust to the familiar, but this time it's a different feeling. Normally it's the usual unusual of scenery, buildings etc- but this time the juxtaposition of cultural memories is so much more divergent it's more ...
Our journey home begins uneventfully. We see the start of King's Day on our way to the airport that, too, has a festive air. The first leg of our flight, Amsterdam to London is short and smooth; the second part, from London to Philadelphia does not begin well. Heathrow requires that passengers changing planes (even on the same airline) go through security, and for some reason I am profiled. Both I and my hand luggage are patted, x-rayed and thoroughly searched.
... Lego nerd, but still friendly and helpful) shared tidbits of helpful information as we browsed. The Taj Mahal, for example took him and his fiance 36 hours to build. Yikes!
The Lego store offers little pieces and accessories to custom make little Lego people--and you can buy them in sets of three. We made three little Lego people--a little likeness of me, Kelsey, and a generic school janitor. Together, they can represent a good deal of ...
... out of the Pax River, our course would be almost due north and we were hoping for more west in the forecast. NW would be a bit too much on the nose without a mainsail. This would also be our first use of the new rudders.
After removing all our dock fenders and one-by-one removing all of our lines to bring aboard, we left the dock at 0755. We had a downwind fast motor run down the Pax River and ...
We departed Mill Creek at 0630 hours in calm and light fog. In the course of the day winds were from the South under 5 kt building to 15-20, then later dying. We brought out the jib when we had enough wind to keep it full. Eventually we furled the jib and raised ...