Island Inn and Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIsland Inn and Suites Piney Point
The thing that stood out the most was the sunsets.The sky was so beautiful and full of color.Views from the balcony were breath taking and so peaceful. The staff was very helpful but gave the space to enjoy the property without being overly friendly.It was as if they treated us like friends in town for a visit.The facilities were
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On the morning of May 7 we finally left Annapolis marina and set course South towards the Atlantic.. Last couple of days in the marina both of us started feeling anxious to leave, so we are happy to be finally out on the water.. Very little wind here in the Chesapeake bay, so we motor all the way, occasionally letting the Genoa out when the wind picks up in the afternoon to give us another knot of speed.. First night we spent on anchor in ...
Woke up to full blue sky it will be a perfect day to cruise to our next location in Virginia. Today marks Bryan and i's 10th anniversary of the day we met each other. I will never forget that day it feels like only yesterday! 10 Years and what a 10 years that has been our life was forever changed on that day, my family doubled and our whirlwind world of a life began :-) love adventure and that's ...
... of the bar. I then had enough leverage, along with the Herculean strength, to pull the bend out of the bar. I then repositioned the truck on the bar and used a long monkey wrench to take out the bend. A few more whacks with the sledge hammer, and I was able to get everything lined back up.
I did have to make a run to the ...
... good. At the time, Dave's plan was to test sail both the new mainsail and genoa after launching but before departing on our cruise and the Quantum guys were standing by to participate.
In addition to the largest projects of replacing the mainsail and sail bag and having the genoa modified, for a sense of what else we accomplished over the summer months in preparation for ...
... had worn away. In preparation for the installation of the Furuno chart plotter at the starboard helm, Dave worked on the helm pedestal. He started by temporarily removing the compass to gain access to the other electronics supported by the pedestal. This made it easier to remove the helm station auto pilot control head, the B&G red button that controls the scrolling data display, and ...