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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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Pas de Deux spent the November 2013 – May 2014 cruising season in the Eastern Caribbean revisiting several favorite spots already described in depth in previous blog postings, which is why we decided not to repeat much of the same (even though we were having a lovely time!). The weather this past season was uncharacteristically rainy and cooler with generally strong winds from November ...
... with scallops the scallops were great perfectly cooked Renn had them as well, Bryan had Oysters, Steve shrimp so a full seafood feast. We sat outside under an umbrella and enjoyed a welcomed breeze from the water, helped with the heat.
From there we went to the West Marine store our new favorite store, found a great skort and a wide brimmed hat with a string to keep it from falling off...perfect! I also ...
... illustrates why we would recommend Quantum Sails to any other cruisers seeking to purchase new sails. The dacron mainsail purchased from the Annapolis Quantum loft in 2009 had started showing evidence of stretching after only a few months of use during our 2009-2010 winter cruise in the Bahamas. We also experienced significant batten problems we described in our Travel Pod entries during that cruise. After returning from the Bahamas the sail ...
We are down to the D-Day minus 1.
I wouldn't call it frantic last minute preparations or anything like that. More like controlled anticipation!
Our journey will begin this afternoon with me running to Avis to pick up a one way rental to Dulles Airport! I looked at the cost of parking our vehicle vs. renting one way cars to and from the airport...They sure do like like to charge for their parking up there...looks like I'll save about 50 ...
... this year for use with navigation software. We will be testing our Pactor-II modem for data communications via SSB/Ham radio and will be considering upgrading to Pactor-III. We will subscribe to voice services for our Inmarsat Mini-M satellite telephone. At this time, we will not be deploying the Inmarsat-C satellite data communications equipment we have onboard. We will put the Spectra water maker into service in anticipation of longer passages. We ...