Residence Inn Chesapeake Greenbrier
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the car and we were happy. We decided to keep going and head over to I-95 where we would rest tonight at the nearest hotel. Today was our only "half unplanned" stop as we just wanted to meander. We did, nine and a half hours later we pulled to rest. We also knew we were not going to get back into the car for dinner. Right next to our hotel was Applebee's, packed with travellers, heading south and heading home, in cars and on ...
A year or so ago, a friend and I talked about starting a blog detailing our travels together. We were sitting in a Pittsburgh restaurant with our husbands brainstorming ideas on a napkin. I came home and created this blog... and then did nothing about it. Never wrote anything.
Well here it is- another cold winter day and we are planning another summer vacation. As I think back ...
... br> We accomplished our non-stop passage plan, arriving at Willoughby Bay, Norfolk, VA on May 19 at 1205, and dropping anchor just outside Willoughby Harbor Marina. Distance of the passage was 660nm over 4 days, 4 hours, 15 minutes for an average speed of 6.6 kts. Pretty typical for our offshore passages.
Arriving in Norfolk, our plan had been to take Jim ashore in the dinghy to his ...
... a cab, which took us to our hotel.
We're looking forward to taking a swim, sleeping in a bed with air conditioning, then getting going early tomorrow. We're going to stop at Kitty Hawk, site of the first airplane flight, before heading on down to Pensacola.
Thanks to all the people who've followed this blog the past few days and offered your support. Knowing that you're there actually provided me with motivation to get it all ...
... had waypoints loaded into our chart plotters.
On May 27th, while preparing to reef the mainsail for the night during brisk winds on starboard tack, Dave noticed more chafe on the mainsail halyard at the mast head. This time the halyard was possibly rubbing on the original chafe point on the port side of the masthead crane. To prevent the halyard from breaking our immediate thought was to take the mainsail ...