The Charlotte Inn
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... lovely and cosy, with a just bearable nautical theme but an absolutely unbearable nautical bed. Every time we sat or led down it felt like we were riding waves in a storm. It wasn’t a water bed but very close to it leaving us mildly seasick and with a bad back every morning. But it wasn’t all bad, she did provide a great assortment of toiletries and soft fluffy dressing gowns!
So after ...
... most unexpected visitor we've had is a large turkey which paraded in front of us when we were out on our deck. It eventually flew off into one of the trees.
The nice warm weather has come to an end with rather more extreme weather than we expected with high winds and rainstorms, and Hurricane Joaquin threatening to come up this coast. We're heading out to Boston for 3 days then down to NYC from there.
... rain, which gave us another flavor of the magic places, we read about when JFK was our 35th president.
Observation: Living out west all our lives, we had no inkling of the places we studied in Bud Murray’s American History class! What a blessing to be able to experience them now! We are driving up the Cape today, headed to Nantucket tomorrow and I can’t wait for Plymouth Rock on Wednesday!
... 2 red beaked American Oyster Catchers...I was on the bow with the lines for docking and no camera in hand! The clubhouse here is first class. We first took showers and everyone has private bath and shower rooms. Then we brought all the food for making dinner to the clubhouse kitchen and cooked a gourmet Italian dinner. Great to be able to use such large cooking quarters. Tomorrow the guys are playing golf with a friend who ...
... fishermen and only one ferry. As we entered Vineyard Sound the tide continued in our favor, pushing us along an additional 2.5 kts, which helped save on fuel. The wind was on our beam as were the seas, but for most of the trip both were moderate. It was only as we approached Edgartown did the seas build to 2-3 feet and wind increase to 17-20 kts. We were in these conditions a short time when it ...