Hilton Garden Inn Chesapeake/Greenbrier
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... for poor visibility we were ducking in and out of the channel to avoid Navy traffic.
During the trip down anything that wasn't fastened down below ended up on the floor in the salon. Left Annapolis at 2 Monday and arrived at Top Rack Marina at about 2 this afternoon. Rewarded ourselves with a great dinner out at the Amber Lantern Restaurant. Early to bed. Up at 5:30 tomorrow to get underway at first light.
... that fresh salt air. There's miles of beach & you could see the 23 Mile long Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. An interesting sight as the bridge stops at a man made island in the middle of the bay where it becomes a tunnel for a while, then the bidge starts again & continues to the other side!
Now its getting dark at 5pm, BBQing has to be done by flashlight!!
We found some interesting shells ...
... photos on the beach, using a carton from the back of the car as a tripod with me spraying sand everywhere when I sprinted into position before it clicked.
Beth wanted to take me to Outback for dinner, an Australian themed restaurant which specialised in steak (no kangaroo though!). It was well themed and had a great atmosphere with Aboriginal dot paintings, cut-outs of roos in pre-rusted iron and a couple maps of Australia ...
... very sweet people.Then got geared up to grab lunch (delicious mexican food) and pick up Joel to head to the beach! When we got to Joel's, we got to meet his mother, she was such a sweetheart, and funny. She showed me an old picture of Joel from highschool when he had a goofy jew-fro it was hilarious. Once we loaded up the car with balls, games, and drinks we ventured to the beach. It was so nice, the water was warm but a little rapid. I might have lost my top due to ...
... who would be anchored out here in the middle of the night? It was about 2200. We turned on all our motoring navigation lights, even though we were still under sail, to help ensure that we'd be seen. As the light got brighter still, we decided we better assume it was a boat and Dave turned on the radar to try to see if it could be spotted to determine its distance. Nothing. The radar clearly showed the shoreline exactly where it was supposed to ...