Extended Stay America - Lexington Park - Pax River
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... of being able to purchase a gun at the local store; we did not take up the buy one get one free offer!!
We bunked down in a very "cosy" hotel room, where Josie called the closet her bedroom for the week (it was dark and had ventilation!) and the reception staff were our new family. The comment of the week was when Rich said he needed to put ...
... cleaning the house and boat. The boat will stay down there on the hoist out of
the water, what a good way to store a boat. In the afternoon it was back ‘home’
to the mountain.Unfortunately we where not able to meet up with Linda and Andy on Coromandel as they wheredelayed further down the Chesapeake bay, maybe
some time later?
... our winter cruise, but alerted Calvert that these issues would need to be resolved upon our return to the US in the spring of 2012. Dave found himself returning the genoa to Calvert's loft in Florida. While he felt there was merit for a wholesale replacement, after much discussion Calvert insisted modifications in the existing sail could resolve the issues, which remained to be seen.
By mid July the new mainsail and sail bag ...
... the beach that was connected to the complex's property. We got lost for a little while, then got a call from Branson wanting to give us a free vacation. It took them two tries to understand we were moving to another country. It was kind of funny because at one point they were telling us that there are many restaurants that serve turkey in Branson. Oh well :)
Dinner that night consisted of stroganoff from scratch and more ...
... blade in the correct position on the stock, the new rudders were shipped in early February (crated like museum pieces!). They were sanded and ready for bottom paint. The gel coat work was gorgeous. Very nice craftsmanship. One could argue that instead of hanging from the bottom of a boat they should be hanging on the wall as an art form. The leading and trailing edges were finer than the OEM blades and overall they looked very, very nice. To Dave, they screamed ...