Hampton Inn Lexington Park
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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 ...
... store. They look beautiful and complete on the outside, but when you bite them, the inside is completely hollow. Nothing to give them substance; just air. I want to be the other bunny, full of experiences, good and bad, and complete.
And for a short time, St. Mary’s provided this lovely little world where the differences between those two bunnies didn’t exist, because we were all working and playing and screwing up together, ...
... November 8 all the preparations were completed, we confirmed a weather window with our weather router, and we departed Dennis Point at 0052 (12:52 am) on November 9. That's 52 minutes past midnight, in the dark and cold, but eager to put freezing temperatures behind us as we headed southbound. Our plan was to sail overnight to arrive at Little Creek in Norfolk to stop for fuel and to pick up crew member Wally, then head out of the Chesapeake Bay ...
... were good too :)
Sunday consisted of a great deal of goofing off. We went to the grocery store and got food for dinner for the next two nights and watched the IT Crowd. Hadn't seen it before and we pretty much loved it. The dinner was Surf and Turf. Steve helped with the shrimp on the barbie and I did garlic bread. Scott KNOWS how to cook, so it was perfect.
Saturday we loafed around for a little while and then went ...
Dave has been working on several major projects this winter to prepare Pas de Deux for more extended bluewater cruising away from the Chesapeake Bay. After the loss of one rudder in late October last year, Dave had two new rudders fabricated (re-using the existing stocks) that our friend John (who has diving gear) will help him install in March. After we settled into our new marina for the winter, we removed the mainsail from Pas de Deux to facilitate having ...