Hampton Inn Lexington Park
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... one is used to a sailboat. Sunday we visited friends of Loretta’s further down at Sandy point and
also did some beach relaxing in the afternoon, but due to a freshening onshore
wind we had to pull out early as the waves where getting too big and
threatening to jump into the boat. Just as well, because we got home early
enough to watch the F1, the last half anyway. What an exiting ...
... 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, ...
... of the sights at 5 pm. But all was not lost, I knew there was a Brewery in town and we decided to have dinner at the restaurant and sample the beer. The Blue and Grey Brewing Company is located in an industrial area on the east side of town and our GPS was challenged with actually finding the brewery. Approach from the east side of town and you will find the brewery. There were several different styles, a Porter, IPA, Pale Ale, Lager and a Hefe and the ones we sampled were ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...