Econo Lodge Portsmouth
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... streams. The woods are hemlock and rhododendron, can you imagine this view in the spring. Waterfalls, there are hundreds splash over rocks to cascades that I am sure thunder over the cliffs when in full force. I am glad we veared off our route to see this area. I am sorry there is no photo but ice conditions did not allow the opportunity.
Taking secondary highways we passed many small towns. There are some funny names ...
A year or so ago, a friend and I talked about starting a blog detailing our travels together. We were sitting in a Pittsburgh restaurant with our husbands brainstorming ideas on a napkin. I came home and created this blog... and then did nothing about it. Never wrote anything.
Well here it is- another cold winter day and we are planning another summer vacation. As I think back ...
... for mostly sailing (less motoring). Day 3 was also our big fishing day – more about that below. Day 4 was mostly motoring again and by 0600 on day 5 (May 19th) the wind disappeared for the rest of the trip into Norfolk.
As mentioned, day 3 of the passage was our big fishing day. Earlier, soon after departing on day 1, we had lost two mahi. On day 2 ...
... using coat racks for so long in the studio in New York. Portsmouth was a cute town, but I have to admit I didn't explore very much for two reasons. The first being the fact that we had rehearsals every day and that took up most of my time and the second was that we would be performing in Norfolk in just a couple of weeks. So there wasn't too much pressure to sight see quite yet. But we did enjoy the hotel bar a few ...
... and “Iron Jenny” were both moored at Coinjock though on different sides of the North Carolina Cut. Coinjock looked like a nice spot to stop and is renowned for its 32 ounce steak and crab-stuffed flounder dinners. As we were there half way through the morning that didn’t appeal to us and we kept going.
The next crossing was Currituck Sound , one of the shallowest sounds I have ever experienced - 10 feet at best. Although it looked ...