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Metro trips: 00, charter school bus on bumpy highway to Annapolis Weather: 24 degrees and sunny....beautiful We spent the whole day in Annapolis, Maryland. We really appreciated the Metro after how long it took us to drive thru DC to get to Annapolis. We arrived just in time for our tour of the Naval Academy. Our tour guide, Joan, was very informative and we had a nice tour of some of the buildings, include Bancroft Hall which is living quarters ...
In the meanwhile I use the internet here to organise the rest of my trip, My next stay will be in Maplewood, New Jersey with Rosine, a couch surfing host I am about to discover!
Sitting here, I look outside, we are in the middle of the woods, and a little further you can guess a boat or two, a pontoon and a little water creak. What a beautiful place to live!
This afternoon, we will all go to a wine tasting! (well, probably not Fhinn ;-))
August September Update: Hurricane
Well thanks to Dylan we have pretty
much updated Windwalker from a bay sailer to a Blue Water Cruiser.
We left Pleasure Cove Marina Monday 30th August, bound
for New York City. As you probably know as we were leaving, the
news was all about the Hurricane building in the Carribean.
With our destination being open exposed
Well hello there,
We've just got back after having dinner with a couple who have just come
into the marina. I had Maine Lobster Claws for $5.99 - they weren't bad but i don't think as good as our lobster.
Well Dylan and Kai are on their way flying to Guatemala right now. After much time and patching of his board I think it turned out pretty good. Kitty and I took him out in the dingy last night and he had ...
... tearing off the lungs, attempting to clear out the bile (you never get it all), scraping the meat out from its bony chambers, or hammering a knife into the legs and claws to split them open, but I was glad to be done. I did it for the experience, and it was an interesting one, but I think I'll stick to crab cakes from now on.
After learning all about the mysterious anatomy of the callinectes sapidus (blue crab), I headed northeast to Dover, Delaware.