Extended Stay America - Lexington Park - Pax River
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we took the Whaler over to the Potomac River,
Loretta’s nephew has a beautiful house in Nomini Creek right on the water where
we stayed until yesterday. From there we took the Whaler over to Shark-tooth Island where apparently one can find
fossilized shark teeth on the beach. I was a little skeptical at first but
after walking a short distance ...
... those ideas grew these beautiful, inspiring, life-changing discoveries. Discoveries we would never have found if we’d been afraid to push past our initial failure. And then that leaked into our friendships, until we were comfortable enough to say stupid things to each other without fear of embarrassment, to share our goals and worries without fear of judgment. Perfect love, disguised as safety and security. And after a while we realized ...
... over 50 kts, but no damage occurred at Dennis Point. Donna stayed at home in Arlington, guarding all our frozen provisions with Bob's portable generator, in anticipation of extended power outages. We escaped significant problems and focused on a revised launching and departure schedule, having lost several days due to Sandy.
Pas de Deux was finally launched on November 5 which set in motion a choreographed sequence of events that ...
... up getting a flight to JFK and then to BWI. On top of that we also got a total of $12 for food while we were in the airport,, which was used for Wendy's in NYC. Better than nothing, though not the best first experience with Delta Airlines.
Our flight to BWI was just a little late, but not too bad and we only arrived 3 hrs. later than originally expected. Not to bad I guess, but the best was coming up - SCOTT!!
Dave has been working on several major projects this winter to prepare Pas de Deux for more extended bluewater cruising away from the Chesapeake Bay. After the loss of one rudder in late October last year, Dave had two new rudders fabricated (re-using the existing stocks) that our friend John (who has diving gear) will help him install in March. After we settled into our new marina for the winter, we removed the mainsail from Pas de Deux to facilitate having ...