Fairfield Inn Lexington Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We went to Shark Tooth Island again and what a pleasure we
where the only boat there. It was a cool overcast day with no wind, just
perfect. The river is about 27 degrees and only slightly salty, this time we
where on the southern end of the island which is all sandy. Lying under the sun
umbrella and scratching in the sand we picked up more teeth. Tuesday was ...
... loved every minute of it. And that is my point; without that time, without that knowledge, I could never go off to a different country to work for a summer. I wouldn’t have even been able to apply. I would be terrified of not being good enough, of not being perfect. And I won’t be perfect at Oxford. But I’ll be damn good. And if I do screw up, I’ll make sure it makes one hell of a story for the staff meeting, and I’ll ...
... 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. ...
... 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 ...
... to be completed by spring and look forward to installing it with roller furler ***********to the new bowsprit we had fabricated and installed last year. Another Catana catamaran owner sold Dave his largely unused spinnaker because it was constructed for our model (47 ft) but had been sold with his 43 ft vessel and he found it too unwieldy. We love sailing under the spinnaker so much, and since it can be a somewhat fragile sail we are happy to have a ...