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... been into a Shop & Stop, he was amazed!), the stew and first mate are given full responsibility and control of the boat until a new crew is recruited. Andy is now leaving too, so it's almost a full crew that we (or I) need.
A boat credit card is now made out in my name and I am responsible for recruiting a new crew, which of course is very beneficial. I am grateful for the trust Harvey and Dee have invested in me, ...
... butter dish. Hey, not too bad – except for all the sand I didn’t manage to rinse out – crunch, crunch. I then fork the more chewy neck of the beast, cover it in butter and yum. It could be worse! We somehow managed to consume them all, but I am making an oath that third time is the charm. I will NEVER order Steamers again!
As we dine, we are informed that ...
... provide glimpses of the places and people that the family visited on their whaling voyages.
We leave the Great Salt Marsh and take Route 6A towards our destination for the day – Sandwich, MA. From its apparent beginning as a Native American trail, Route 6A evolved into a principal east-west cart path for early Cape Cod farmers and other settlers. In the late 17th century it became ...
Becky and I left our 8bedded dorm in the Boston hostel today, to travel to our next hosts-Haven and Bunny Roosevelt. Given the recent cold weather We are staying in their winter house-it's a bit different to the bunk bed accommodation we had in the hostel! We trotted off to get the bus from south station in Boston. It was quite funny when we realised that the Somerset ...
... currently getting a new mast and not looking so tall. The whaling museum was across the street where there was a half scale model of the whaling ship Lagoda. By the 18th century the Atlantic stock of whales was declining and most of the whaling ships were making long journeys around Cape Horn to the Pacific. Most of these voyages were 2 years or more. The ships evolved from simple hunting vessels to complete whale processing factories. New Bedford whaling ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking