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... Bob and I will have a lot to cut by next week.
In ten days we leave for our trip to the Baltics, Finland and Russia with Tauck and then to Sweden and Denmark on our own. It is the first time for either of us to any of these countries and we are looking forward to our adventure. Earnest tourists that we are, we have done our homework: reading histories, ...
... br> We have very limited communications now
and are mainly relying on our sail mail for email and weather etc.
To contact us now email to this address email@example.com
Please only text though and keep them
reasonably short as it is relayed via the radio.
Earl seems to be heading pretty much
into our path if we continue and winds and swell are pretty strong
... will all
be done for Dylan's return so he can do the wiring for them. The canvas
guy has been measuring and we should have new canvas in the next few
I've attached a couple of pics. Kitty with her crab necklace given by Lindsay,
one of the dock workers here. The restaurant here is the Cheshire Crab. We also took the dingy up the creek and watched the fireworks last weekend ...
... designed to assist in the dredging of oyster beds. I read at one point that this area has the only commercial fishing fleet in the America that still uses boats under sail power. The next building housed a temporary exhibition of aerial photographs taken of the same areas of the Chesapeake Bay during drastically different time periods. They showed how buildings and nature have changed, and in some cases, been preserved and also how the rising ...
... and indulgent nature of this here blog - that lies solely with me, the lone author. It was Miriam's idea to have a blog, of course, but she deftly gave me the buddy pass on about day-two and never looked back (and claims never to have looked at it, which is probably good - if you ever happen to mention it to her, you loved it). Originally, I tried to write more from a third-person point of view so I could later blame Miriam for any missteps, ...