Extended Stay America - Lexington Park - Pax River
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... beach I found one and by the late
afternoon we had about 20 +. At 10.00 am
there where only about 3 boat’s on the island which is maybe 2 km long and
between 10 and 50 meters wide with beautiful beaches on both sides. Sadly the
island is getting smaller all the time. Since the last hurricane two years ago
it lost about 50 meters in width on the northern side of the ...
... weren't mistakes at all. They weren't even lessons - they were just life. Full life.
But then as an adult all those fears of error come back eventually. Well, I suppose it is expected. A well-paying boss can’t be as appreciative of the philosophical value of mistakes as an enlightened, free-spirited college student can, and a poor-paying boss is even less appreciative. But why does it have to be that way? It is debilitating, if you ...
... reasonable weather window for the 4 to 5 day passage to Harbour Island, Bahamas, adjacent to the north tip of Eleuthera.
Our passage down the Bay was uneventful, with NNW wind at 15-25 kts. This resulted in a fast, direct route downwind on the genoa alone, but it sure was cold. Dave and Bob alternated 15-minute watches with one of them outside in the cockpit and the other in the saloon warming up near our portable propane heater. ...
... 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 ...