Knapp's Narrows Marina & Inn
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... weather GRIBS and use basic email over short wave radio even inthe middle of the Atlantic! Great stuff.. Taking our EPIRB back from the service tomorrow morning.. Buy some more fresh food, fruits, vegetables and bread, fill up the fuel cans and we are good to cast off.. Into the Chesapeake Bay first and then into the ocean towards ...
... it's amazing to see them in the wild without having to pay a huge amount for the privilege. We packed our things and left relatively early. Rather than take the freeway north up the coast and go around Chesapeake Bay, we decided to cross the bay at it's southernmost point on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel complex, an amazing construction, 23 miles long and made up of four man-made islands, three bridges and two tunnels connecting them. It's an amazing thing to be driving on ...
... and Long Island, then up into Canada. That is what we have so far.
I think that we have some travel books that I bought when Border’s was going out of business so we will need to find those in the next day or so to get a good idea of what it is we want to do.
We do want to be home by the end of October so we will only have about 3 weeks to do whatever it is we will do. But it is fun to think about being foot loose and fancy free.
... and although they are not marching, all of their steps are equally long. Their uniforms are white – everything is white, their hats, their shoes, even their belts (with a gold clasp). The ladies have cropped hair and wear little white caps with black rims. Their only “Rank” bar (on their shoulder patch) is a little diagonal golden sliver of thread which means they take orders from everybody.... poor souls.
... Electronic Marine Inc. installed the following new components and integrated them with the existing Raymarine Autopilot and B&G data instruments:
Furuno 24” 4kw radar.
Furuno 8” Multifunction Display (MFD) at starboard helm.
Furuno 12” Multifunction Display at the nav desk.
Furuno GPS receiver.
Furuno FA-50 AIS-B with independent GPS receiver.
They also installed a ...