Hampton Inn Lexington Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Lexington Park
... greatest little things ever, had the fright of a life time when a ute pulled perpendicular across 4 lanes of traffic to protect a mother duck and her 5 little ducklings while they crossed the road and we ate a lot of crab.
We were only there 4 days and hi-tailed it out to Annapolis at the first opportunity we got.
... one answering the VHF radio or the phone, but we went ahead and docked anyway. As we walked down the dock, there was a guy working on a boat in the marina. He asked if we needed help. I realized as we talked that he was the guy the managed the boat service yard for the 10 years that we kept our boat here, Jeff. He remembered the name of our boat, Paradis, without prompting. Crazy.
So, we will stay here tonight and continue the journey (by motor) ...
... the mainsail luff track cars. Quantum provided some extra Sunbrella material for the interim to cover the exposed portion of the new mainsail until a new bag could be fabricated. Given that, we departed Lake Ogleton at 7:45 pm for an overnight passage to Dennis Point Marina. With a heat wave engulfing the eastern US there was little daytime wind in the forecasts. Having to motor, we knew we would be more comfortable in the cooler night hours. ...
... will come off the tree and I can make fire". The only problem ended up being that we didn't bring bug spray. We defiantly should have. I think all three of us got bit up like crazy. This was not helpful during the train ride we took the next day, but in the long run I will remember the bonfire much more than I will the bites.
Finally our last few hours before setting off on a 48 hour traveling trip abroad!! Steve made ...
... door rails (see a previous entry). Dave's wishing now he had a few more witnesses to this unlikely achievement of installing the rudders with the boat in the water, without having to physically enter the water. We ran a messenger line from the engine rooms through the stock casings and tied them to a threaded bolt in the top of the stocks. We weighted the bottom of the rudders by standing them in a large bucket of rocks and metal weights from home, then secured ...