TownePlace Suites Lexington Park Patuxent River Naval Air Station
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Concierge desk
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... long after his birth, but his American-deceased ancestors are buried there and there’s a recreated farm around his recreated childhood home which was later determined through archaeological study to have actually been about 50 meters away. The sight isn’t all that exciting, but a visit is a tribute to a true national hero. Many myths about Washington were perpetuated in the early years of the Republic, but historical evidence is strong that he was ...
... who made me feel like a rock star when I was on stage with them and proved to me that a group of women working together can accomplish just about anything, even an a cappella version of Men of Genius. The SMCMen, who taught not to take TNA too seriously, because everything sounds better with a beer in your hand anyway. My friends - my darling friends – the kind of friends people make movies about, because they laugh with you and cry with you ...
... Pas de Deux, but just barely. A Catana 471 beam is 25'3" at the widest point and Dennis Point's lifting well was 25'7” wide. This afforded only 2” of space on either side, but because the widest beam on the boat is near the deck level and the sides slope slightly inward toward the water line, there would be several more inches of clearance to fit the boat into the well, especially if planned for high tide. After thoroughly discussing ...
... up getting a flight to JFK and then to BWI. On top of that we also got a total of $12 for food while we were in the airport,, which was used for Wendy's in NYC. Better than nothing, though not the best first experience with Delta Airlines.
Our flight to BWI was just a little late, but not too bad and we only arrived 3 hrs. later than originally expected. Not to bad I guess, but the best was coming up - SCOTT!!
... started on the easy side, working from the dock. We lowered the whole contraption next to the boat on a line threaded in a big loop, but not tied, through a hole near the top of the stock for attaching the steering quadrant. (Dave had to guess at how many rocks it would take to compensate for the buoyant rudder blades but we hit neutral buoyancy almost exactly - just heavy enough to sink the blades down with the stock up as if we were handling just the stock by ...