Knapp's Narrows Marina & Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
... degrees and very muggy. In a scene reminiscent of Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds, a swarm of flying insects was soon upon us, intent on having Sherrie and Peter a la carte for lunch. Just to prove we're not exaggerating, I've just found the warning on their website: Mosquitoes, biting flies, and ticks are abundant from April through September, and mosquitoes are especially a problem beginning at the end of July and following a heavy or steady rain. They're also much worse on the ...
... on 6:45pm EST, heading to dinner soon and planning tomorrow's course. At the moment, Captain Jeremy & Captain Joe are debating weather to head into open ocean and gamble heading around Cape Hatteras or taking the Inter-Coastal Waterway until the front clears out and the weather dies down. Concern's that the sea's may become too rough and ...
... carry on baggage and of course Skye.
This really is a new beginning. We hope to sail the East Coast of US toward Canada at first. Then when the Hurricane season is over we will head for the Caribbean. ...
... for our next destination. We needed to borrow a shovel from the next door neighbor. I used the shovel to clear a path to the car and to dig snow out from under it while Susan used Mai’s dust pan to remove snow from the hood of the car. The snow was as high as Susan’s knees and she broke the dust pan by the way, sorry Mai. Later, Susan tracked one of the neighbors who own a snow blower and he helped do the dirty work for ...