Dalvay by the Sea Hotel
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... the winter were ice boats, basically row boats that had metal runners along the keel. Six men pulled the boats over the ice, then rowed the boat over the areas of open water, six hours crossing time on a good day. This was how mail and passengers crossed until the invention of ice breaking ship hulls. Still, in really bad winters, the ice boats had to be called into service when the ice was too thick for the ships. Railroad cars were loaded on huge ice breaker ferries to go ...
... couldn't decide--so Gene and Janette returend to Eden's Gate and Carol and I went to the golf course!! We were not disappointed. Carol and I each got our OWN oysters Rockefeller and pile of mussels!! The rhubarb cheesecake from the day before was gone! Poop! I tried a piece of maple pecan pie . . . it was good, but I bet it wasn't as good as the rhubarb cheesecake!!
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... Now, the big decision--to come back to the golf course for the best ever oysters Rockefeller and mussels or Eden's Gate for the seafood chowder--and we have another restaurant to try in town, Clamdiggers, and we haven't tried the Georgetown Inn's restaurant!! Decisions, decisions!! We were so full, that we all passed on dessert--a big decision in and of itself!!
We returned to the inn, and agreed to meet at breakfast (served between 8-9). See you at breakfast!!
... and closer it dawned on me that the cliffs along this park are likely to look back on the Rocky Point Lighthouse. Wooohoooo. I get to take the money shot. To this day I still dont know what blah di blah Fort Amherst is all about cause i spent all my time along the shoreline looking back at Rocky Point lighthouse getting the photo I had seen in the magazine in the difficult dusk light. Whilst standing on the shore we saw a Holland America ship cruise past us and head out to sea. ...
... he wasn’t aware of our scheduled morning duties. Once the trailer was back from Montague with a wood splitter in tow we were ready to roll.
I looked at the contraption with a massive sense of awe as I imagined my hand being split alongside the trunk it was cutting up, but was for once pleased to hear it deemed as 'men’s work’ and that I’d simply being helping Jenny move every piece of split wood into piles at the back of ...