Extended Stay America - Lexington Park - Pax River
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... which is going to be really nice. The museum is filled with history about the area and has a lighthouse you can tour.
We also had a nice visit with Roy’s cousin Danny Buckmaster and while down at the boardwalk on Solomon’s ran into Tom Parran, another school friend. There were others Roy wanted to see, but time just simply ran out. Maybe next time.
After saying our goodbyes to family, we had our last dinner in town with Robbie and ...
... you and debate with you and listen to you and don't waste time with petty annoyances and fights, because why fight someone you love? ; The Bard-o-philes, who proved to me beyond a doubt that I didn’t just get lucky with my SMCM friends, because SMCM People truly are of another breed.
Yes, the people are a huge part of what makes St. Mary’s great. But as I reflect on my time spent by the river, I think the thing that sticks out ...
... and reinstalled mainsail reefing rigging
Replaced several running rigging lines
Restored antifouling on hulls, rudders, sail drives, and props
Replaced engine starting switches
Replaced engine panel rain guards
Replaced the starboard shower sump pump switch
Overhauled all hatch latches, fixing several leaks
Replaced Southco latches on fuel and anchor lockers
Replaced bent mast-head mechanical wind indicator
... 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!!
... with a loop over the top of the blade in a notch behind the stock. The goal was to get the rudder/stock to sink vertically, stock pointed up, by overcoming the buoyancy of the blades so it could be pulled into the hull with the messenger line. We tied the bucket such that it could be remotely released from the rudder by pulling on a "trip line" - sheet bend with a loop like tying your shoe - only with a very long tail. Because the boat was docked starboard side ...