Fairfield Inn Lexington Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... and their son Massey down at the Sea Breeze. Robbie came across the river by boat to meet us. Roy needed to accomplish one last thing on this trip, which was to give Robbie his beautiful wooden inlay Terry Competition slalom water ski. Roy bought the ski back in the early 70’s and has many fond memories of skiing on it with Robbie’s parents, Debbie and Butch Link. We also have some great memories and photos of Roy using that ski on Lake Powell, so ...
... me now is the mistakes. The screw ups, brain *****, awkward encounters, botched plans, embarrassing moments, those are the stories I remember and love the most. St. Mary’s was full of them; and that’s the point – it was ok. We did so many ridiculous, silly, stupid things during our four years, and those are the stories that we laugh about together now. At some point in our lives, mistakes become something to fear. Well, I guess ...
... leather covers on helms
Not listed are the numerous routine maintenance items as well as general cleaning and polishing that could go on forever. On the more fun side of things we bought a new small laptop to serve as our communications and “take to shore” computer, two new cameras to support our transition to HiDef video, a new lightweight wet suit and gloves for Donna, and expanded Dave's assortment of hand tools. ...
... to a Pho (Vietnamese noodles) restaurant which had noodles fairly similar to noodles that we had in China. YUMMY! All of us gulped them down. This was followed by a little pub that the three of us had been to before where we grabbed Guiness and Cider. A Baltimore and Washington game was being played, so it was kind of busy. Our final stop for the night was a bar with every beer you can think of and more on its menu. The sweet ...
... started on the easy side, working from the dock. We lowered the whole contraption next to the boat on a line threaded in a big loop, but not tied, through a hole near the top of the stock for attaching the steering quadrant. (Dave had to guess at how many rocks it would take to compensate for the buoyant rudder blades but we hit neutral buoyancy almost exactly - just heavy enough to sink the blades down with the stock up as if we were handling just the stock by ...