Comfort Inn University
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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There is a storm a brewing so we hope it doesn't hit hard here it shouldn't but I'm happy to be tucked in until Sat morning it will be past us then.
Stat from the skipper:
92 hrs traveling
We won't discuss fuel etc. hehe
We are going to Ruth's Chris steak house tonight to celebrate Canada! it's right here at the end of our pier.
We hope you are all having a super day!
... help you but a few times just me, so it's easier to hold the boat from the mid ship it's big and heavy! Bryan loves this boat and enjoys learning all the technology, charting, fuel tests etc. I'm his ears on the radio that's a challenge as the speaker is on the wrong side we will look at getting another one, I'm happy that I can help him fulfill this retirement dream :-)...we are a good boating team!
We made the executive decision ...
... spending the weekend with her friend Gail and another friend, Julie, is visiting, too. We had dinner last night at a restaurant along the ocean - a few surfers out in spite of the 60 degree weather. We drove through the historic downtown section. The oldest homes were close together and wooden with large porches; huge, ...
The campground felt that someone had actually blessed the campground before I got there, set sacred space, did Feng Shui. Whatever it was, I fell in love with the campground and the energy of the space the minute I pulled in. My cabin actually had a porch swing on the porch, with an extra chair. The cabin had a small frig, none of the others did. It was very very clean with a really nice pool.
I was only going to spend 2 ...
... several hundred sailors are away at sea for months on end. What was really interesting was the actual sailors written description of things like the cockroaches and other insects that got into the flour and so into their bread, they called it raisin bread, that they would pick out but obviously eat too. Also the severe restrictions on fresh water, showers were water on for a couple of seconds, then soap yourself, ...