Red Roof Inn Chesapeake Conference Center
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Cryptic title for today's entry, eh? I could have chosen to go to bed early last night and hit the road early this morning, but I chose to stay up to the wee hours and reminisce with some old, dear friends that I haven't seen since 1990. Then, I could have chosen to leave before lunch so I could stop and visit the Wright Brothers National Memorial …
... on the sidelines behind the barrier while they checked it all out. All of this for a visit that lasted less than 30 minutes.
We are getting used to the lingo - so we hope y'all are well. Aussies are not very common in this part of the world and our slang and the form of English we use, causes problems - car park not a lot, tea towel not dish cloth. The list goes on. We may both speak English but this does not mean we are easily understood.
... charm of Gold Coast in the mid 60's and looks like the last coat of paint came at the turn of the century (refer photo). We toured the base today and are in awe. Annual payroll is USD19Billion! At any time 46,000 sailors are there with 124,000 based there, but obviously many deployed. It serves the Atlantic Fleet, and hence we Australians generally know little, because we are focussed on the Pacific. Her Take on Day 2: Aka So ...
1 shower, 4 people....share and play nicely with others. Is this hotel room getting smaller? Nope! It's just fine. Very comfortable. 1:00pm- we are at the Roanoke park area. About to watch a "worth-it" short film on the history. We saw an Indian settlement, toured the museum, boarded a replica of a European exploration ship and learned about the lost colony. 5:00pm- we just crossed the Chesapeake and are driving north through the Eastern shore of VA. Sunny and ...
... bit to the NE, slowing us down. Our midnight to midnight distance made was 197 nm. We shook out one reef in the main. Our subsequent noon to noon distance made was 185 nm. As we slowed and the seas shifted further behind the beam, it was safe to fish again. But nobody told the fish. This was the first blue water day we could remember not catching a fish.
Night fell off the coast of Great Abaco and we began hearing VHF chatter. We could ...