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... versus them' people so we figured we would not get far with him. Marty asked if he was honestly comfortable with our distance, especially considering there was a gale on the way. He said he did not know there was a gale coming and would pull in 10 feet to be at the same amount as us if that would make us feel better. Apparently he did so, but it really didn't make a difference, so we said we were not comfortable and we were going to move. He then said well that's not fair, you ...
... have either. But he got it up and we got out. There were two major **** pot fields on our way back to the channel and they were packed together on a large area of water. We had to keep our speed up because the wind was about 15 knots and the waves were about three feet. Going slowly would have been better and less nerve wracking, but we would have had no steerage in those conditions. So I hung off one side and Marty steered with one arm and hung off the other and Mako ...
Morning walk at the High Line. Park walkway converted from a disused railway track.
Drove south. Stopped for lunch at Mt Laurel.
Then south again to Chesapeake City but couldn't find a room there.
Found an inn at Georgetown called the Kitty Knight Inn. It is supposedly haunted by a good ghost called Knitty Knight. She saved the house and a neighbours house from being burnt down by the British raiders.
... a fluorescent orange one which doesn't suit my outfit at all, but I'm non-plus...I'm in a romantic, picturesque village with drizzle falling about me, it just needs a turned collar and tipping of the hat to avoid the spots of rain on my glasses! Weather also changes what we eat, I'm writing this inside an Irish Pub nursing a Laphraoig, whereby if the weather was warmer I would be sitting outside a cafe dotting the canal sipping a rosé relishing the ...
... a car to drive the rest of the way. A sensible plan in my opinion. Unfortunately all the rental agencies at the Andrews Passenger Terminal had closed for the day by the time we landed. Thus the setbacks begin!
So I take a cab to Baltimore international to rent a car there. Sets me back about 60 dollars which was mind boggling, since it only took 15 minutes to get there, but whatever. So I go to Enterprise I think it was, and the nice lady at the desk bent over ...