TownePlace Suites Lexington Park Patuxent River Naval Air Station
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... which is going to be really nice. The museum is filled with history about the area and has a lighthouse you can tour.
We also had a nice visit with Roy’s cousin Danny Buckmaster and while down at the boardwalk on Solomon’s ran into Tom Parran, another school friend. There were others Roy wanted to see, but time just simply ran out. Maybe next time.
After saying our goodbyes to family, we had our last dinner in town with Robbie and ...
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... Magic from Reedville, Virginia to Dennis Point for winter haul out.
Pas de Deux was hauled out without problems on July 23. It was a very tight fit getting her into the lifting well. High tide, calm conditions, and expert lift operation by Dennis Point curmudgeon Fuzzy were all needed to make it successful. Based on that experience, Dave and Bob brainstormed steps to improve the process prior to having nearly identical Our White ...
... We were in heaven. After dinner we all wondered down to the beach again for a bonfire. Scott had some beach chairs that we took with us and we just hung out on the beach and played with FIRE!! There was also another group there of kids there, but our fire was SOOO much better. I had two men around me that could build fires with their eyes closed and they had, "gee (scratch themselves in inappropriate places) if I hang on this ...
... yanked the trip line freeing the bucket of rocks and retrieved it, allowing the stock to "float" fully into the casing. It took a little finagling to get it through the smaller diameter top bearing. The rudder was then "floating" up against the hull and ready to be connected. We repeated all this on the port side, this time working only from the transom. For each one we turned the rudder by hand to see if it fouled the hull. They both turned freely. Time for a few ...