Potomac View Farm

Address: Rte. 249, Tall Timbers, Maryland, 20690, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Rte. 249, Tall Timbers, is near Piney Point Lighthouse.
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Travel Blogs from Tall Timbers

Sailing Happens

A travel blog entry by john.mccalla.33 on May 05, 2014

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... 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) ...

Summer Maintenance and Re-launch of Pas de Deux

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Nov 08, 2012

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While on passage back to the Chesapeake Bay from St. Thomas in May 2012, Dave took pictures of the sail in-use and sent these to Quantum upon our return. Quantum suggested we remove the sail and bring it to the Annapolis loft for examination. The sail was laid out on the loft floor and after a few minutes of close examination, the Quantum guys offered to replace it under warranty, despite the warranty period having expired. ...

Our Favorite Anchorage

A travel blog entry by mainship on Jun 02, 2009

... THE ANCHORAGE.THE SCENERY IS ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL ROLLING GREEN HILLS,TREES,FLOWERS AND BEACH.WE WALKED THE TOWN VILLAGE AND SAW RABBITS,A SNAKE IN THE OLD BARN AND A GROUND HOG.THE REPLICA OF THE "DOVE"IS AT THE WHARF FOR TOURING AND THEY FIRE THE CANNONS AT 1:30 DAILY.SO IT IS A GREAT PLACE TO JUST SIT ON THE BOAT AND ENJOY THE VIEW OR DINGHY ASHORE AND WALK THROUGH THE TOWN CENTER AND STEP BACK IN TIME.OUR NEXT STOP WILL BE SOLOMON ...

Preparations for the New Year

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Jan 01, 2009

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... rigging work. We purchased four auto-inflating PDFs for additional safety, particularly on overnight passages. We will have the life raft re-certified and replace the battery in the EPIRB. We will re-tension the trampoline, which is needed after its first season of use. Dave will replace the port head pump. We may consider an upgrade to a different, possibly more reliable, model. We will be treating the bimini fabric with water repellant. We will ...

Sail to Herring Creek, MD

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Jul 03, 2008

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Today we sailed from Cockrell's to cross the Potomac and visit Tall Timbers Marina on the Maryland side. The marina was a candidate for an over-winter location for Pas de Deux. We departed at 1119 hours and enjoyed a fabulous sail on SW winds 10-20 kts and broke our record to date for indicated speed at 14.6 kts. Of course this never seems to agree with our GPS speed which our ...