The Charlotte Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... agreed that she was in distress and there was not too much they could do for her. We were forced to put her down. We expected Molly to go sooner or later, and in fact, did not expect her to last this long. But we were prepared for her to go. We honestly thought she would have gone during the trip up here, but she wanted to hang on and see her family from the U.S. one last time. It was a coincidence that I was going to take her to see her ...
We started the day on the quintessential beach called Dionis. Sandy dunes and gentle surf made for hours of fun. Olivia took a leap in her swimming skill and developed an honorable dog paddle. In the evening, we celebrated our 15th anniversary with our kids starting with happy hour and a memorable meal at the Straight Wharf. These 15 years of marriage have been infused with adventure and ...
... fast...it always does when you are having a wonderful time...it was time to say goodbye (the sad part) and start planning the next family get-together (the joyous part)...my angel and I will return to Nantucket in September, and I am sure the weather would be as gorgeous, and the island as charming, and we would have a great ...
... 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 ...
... in fuel and $150 in tolls. The route we took was up through Laredo, Texas, to Arkansas, Tennessee, Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, then up through Connecticut and Rhode Island. The only RV parks we stayed in were in Matehuala, Mexico and then Texas, Tennessee and Connecticut.
One of the great things about the little camper is that we can pull in just about anywhere and stay for little or no cost. There are no slide- outs to open, ...