Comfort Inn And Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... On Tuesday we headed off on our bikes for a short ride into Cambridge with the goal to find a beach to swim and cool off. We found a great little beach near a park where the bottom was sand and the water shallow enough to walk out waist deep. At first I was skeptical because i could not see my feet, and there were schools of little fish but a few minutes later I was on my back floating in a cool water bliss. A ...
... is an old girls summer camp owned by a 94 year old friend of Don’s who has owned it for about fifty years. The camp still has about five cabins for rent and a few campsites on its 58 acres of land, the owner‘s son keeps it going. The camp is located right on the Chesapeake with access to Calvert Beach. Don and Dutch live just a mile away as the crow flies….we aren’t crows so they gave us a ride.
... of hours.
The waste of driving time, however, turned out to be in our favor. But 1st a very brief statement on the Bucktown Store: this store is where Ms. Tudjman was hit on the head by an overseer when she attempted to stop that overseer from hurting a slave. She was 13 years old.
We found the store, having read that if you are lucky you will get to go inside the store so I had only hoped to get inside. So ...
After being retired for two years, Chalk has retired also. For 45 years we have boated on the Chesapeake Bay and the surrounding area, and now we are heading west in our motorhome to see our beautiful country. Our venture should last about three months.
I have included so shots from Chalk's retirement party from a career of almost 48 years. His retirement gift - 75 30-packs of Busch Light, his favoite beer!
... without having to ask John to dive. Back in December when we removed the bare starboard stock and port rudder, Dave simply attached a messenger line to the top of the stocks and dropped/pushed the stocks out the bottom. It was his aim to now attempt this in reverse. After we lost a rudder last autumn while sailing the Potomac River, Dave had to research fabricators who could produce a replacement (we would actually replace both rudders). After determining both ...