Fairfield Inn Lexington Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... away before Josie went to bed! Poor child.
In all fairness we still had a pretty good week. Josie had her first swim and after an initial lip quiver, loved every minute of it with her dad. We got to meet up with some old and new friends, we saw our first fireflies, which ...
... the bottom of the sail attaches to the boom) ripped right off the mainsail.
After some intense flapping of the sail and verbal expletives, we were able to get the mainsail furled back into the mast. But we then had to motor the rest of the way to the Potomac.
We decided to return to Port Kinsale Marina. This is the marina where we kept our catamaran 11 years ago. It did not appear that they had done much maintenance since we left. There ...
... were ready to be installed, calling for the stopover in Annapolis. With neither a mainsail nor genoa installed, we motored to Annapolis from Weaver's in the summer heat on July 16, anchoring in Lake Ogleton where Quantum had arrangements with a community dock where we could receive the new sail and sail bag. Both the sail and bag were installed on July 18, but as luck would have it the bag was not sized well enough to accommodate the high ...
... We were in heaven. After dinner we all wondered down to the beach again for a bonfire. Scott had some beach chairs that we took with us and we just hung out on the beach and played with FIRE!! There was also another group there of kids there, but our fire was SOOO much better. I had two men around me that could build fires with their eyes closed and they had, "gee (scratch themselves in inappropriate places) if I hang on this ...
... At this point, Dave's greatest concern was whether the dimensions differed significantly enough to make the tops of the blades foul the hulls. We wouldn't know until we attempted installation, which would be challenging enough with the boat in the water. Dave came prepared to modify the thickness of the bearings involved to eliminate any problem we might encounter in this regard. Dave had painted the rudders at home in the garage, with them hanging from the ...