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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Coming in to Norfolk we passed the largest Naval base in the US it was very interesting to see, again we were lucky to get a free look as we passed other people packed into a tour boat. There were naval helicopters flying about and a jet something g to see. Lots of industrial container barges, cranes, and tugs lots of tugs!
We cast off from Deltaville this morning at 9:20 am, heading up the Chesapeake Bay. The temperature was about 50 degrees and the winds were coming out of the north (naturally since that was the direction we were heading) at about 10-15 knots, with 2-3 foot swells.
We we were bouncing along pretty good under sail, but around noon, the davit that holds our dinghy broke. The six foot steel bar that keeps the 2 davit structures separated, popped 2 bolts on one side and ...
... in October and re-launching Pas de Deux soon thereafter. Because the clearance in the lifting well is so tight, normal dock fenders are too big to use to prevent the sides of the hulls from contacting or rubbing on the steel plate interior perimeter of the well. Dave obtained carpet sections removed from Arlington next door neighbor Marie's home and fashioned carpet-thin fenders hung along the outboard sides of the hulls. These worked superbly ...
... with a loop over the top of the blade in a notch behind the stock. The goal was to get the rudder/stock to sink vertically, stock pointed up, by overcoming the buoyancy of the blades so it could be pulled into the hull with the messenger line. We tied the bucket such that it could be remotely released from the rudder by pulling on a "trip line" - sheet bend with a loop like tying your shoe - only with a very long tail. Because the boat was docked starboard side ...
... and St. Mary's will be home to some of my favorite memories, and travel is only something that will make home better. You know broaden the mind, make you appreciate home more, and teach me to love the weirdness of America even more, and all that other stuff. Doesn't mean I don't miss you all every day, ...