Hampton Inn Lexington Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Fathers". The house is still under renovation and not as opulently decorated as some other Georgian plantation homes of the era. My tour guide was an absolute hoot and claimed to be a direct descendent of slaves on the plantation.
Virginia is either the 5th or 6th state in the U.S. in terms of wine production, maybe or maybe not ahead of Texas depending on who you listen too. The state claims nearly 300 wineries nowadays, ...
... as kids. I see it with my freshmen all the time – they are TERRIFIED of finding the wrong answer. They need to be right! RIGHT I TELL YOU! Never wrong, never a mistake. Never say the wrong thing, never wear the wrong outfit. I was the same way; maybe not as bad as my little ducklings today, but I can clearly remember weighing the pros and cons of raising my hand to offer a possible interpretation to Moby Dick in Dave Sampselle’s AP Lit ...
... be Georgetown Yacht Basin way up on the Sassafras River. While GYB is a highly capable facility (Pas de Deux was hauled out and stored there over the winter of 2007-2008) it is fairly expensive and a farther drive from our home in Arlington, across the always-congested Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Dennis Point is an easy 75 mile drive from home, the staff and new management there are terrific and seem eager to cultivate catamaran business. For those ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...