The Oaks Waterfront Inn and Events
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Even got TSA Prescreening so that for once we can be on the other side looking at all those poor souls taking off their shoes.
Tic Toc Tic Toc.........
Our usual MO: Surf & Turf. Scuba dive in the morning and drive around the island looking for adventure in the afternoon. Hiking ...
... better weather.
It will take roughly 15 hours to get to the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay (100 NM South),another 20 hours to get to Cape Hatteras (230 NM South)Then 3 Days to get to Savannah (575 NM South)
Appx 4 days total time, putting us in Savannah during daylight hours on Thursday 10/30.
The most dangerous piece of equipment on a Cruising boat?
A Calendar. So - all notions about destinations and timing are subject to ...
... Dahl with coconut milk (so much more delicious than Yoghurt ;-)), the only two dishes I know how to make ;-), so that I do not feel too much as a princess enjoying others to cook for me ;-) Nathan (Rachel's husband) made delicious Chili, Rachel prepared a very special vegetal dish with chick peas, ginger, garlic, spinach and coconut milk, so good! Mary prepared Pumpkin, beat and oignon, just getting a good roast in the oven. All these new dishes that I want to ...
... sea side town with old buildings, narrow streets and large yachts moored to the docks.
We had crab for lunch. It was good. Then headed out around the old town. We toured around the old capital, the old houses and inns.
Decided to take in a show in the evening so we went to see the movie A Team. A good movie for those of us who grew up watching the TV show in the 80's.
12:00 AM: We are still waiting in the same spot and do not know what is going on. Quan is starting the engine every half hour to keep us warm. Every so often a car drives on in the opposite direction and we feel the need to turn and head back north to DC.
1:30 AM: As police and snow plows traveled back and forth without stopping, we decided to call 911. The operator said that there was a huge accident in Richmond on I-95, ...