Red Roof Inn Chesapeake Conference Center
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... and "Hecktown" just to name a couple. We made our way through Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and then into Virginia. The sight of snow dwindled with each mile eventually leaving us in Maryland. We crossed over to Virginia Beach Via the Chesapeake Bridge/Tunnel, travelling over and under the water for 20 miles. This was very cool.
The sun was warm reaching a high of 18 degrees for us today. The air conditioner was turned ...
... vacations over the past few years, I wish I would have written down the things we did, the prices we paid, the places we stayed, the restaurants we ate in, and especially the good times we had.
I plan on going back and adding past travels to this blog. They will not be in order but I will put the dates that they happened along with some pictures.
Let's see what happens...
... at the starboard helm and set the drags on the two rods on that side. Donna and Jim handled the rods on the port side. Fortunately, the fish didn’t cross each other and tangle the lines and we ultimately got them all in! Whew! What a fire drill! Dave and Jim spent much of the rest of the day cleaning fish….
We caught one additional mahi on day 4 soon after exiting the Gulf ...
... our legs.
After this 2-hour flight, I was feeling a lot more confident that my repairs and modifications had been successful and that we could continue on with our vacation.
We flew down the eastern side of Maryland and Delaware, before heading across Hampton Roads and into Virginia. We made sure to stay well-clear of the large Flight Restriction near Washington, DC.
We landed in Chesapeake, VA, put the plane away, ...
... in various combinations and, thanks to the Gulf Stream current, we were averaging over 200 nm per day. The weather forecast continued good with all winds from astern and it looked like we could make a non-stop run without bailing out to an intermediate port because of weather. Riding the "elevator" (the Gulf Stream) far off shore was easy as we had gotten the coordinates for the Stream axis from our weather ...