Two Swan Inn
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... On Tuesday we headed off on our bikes for a short ride into Cambridge with the goal to find a beach to swim and cool off. We found a great little beach near a park where the bottom was sand and the water shallow enough to walk out waist deep. At first I was skeptical because i could not see my feet, and there were schools of little fish but a few minutes later I was on my back floating in a cool water bliss. A ...
... we stayed there, there were home-made cookies sitting out in the living room, as well as a Halloween basket full of candy. The second night, the fireplace was going when we came back so we spent the evening downstairs reading up on the history of the building, which was in a binder on the coffee table, and drinking peppermint tea. Our room was large and comfy, with a huge bed and a separate sitting area as well as direct access ...
... numbers from everyone including bus drivers guides and ships captain. Several of us have phones that will work in Europe, including two phones provided by the SSS Ski Club, so we feel comfortable that we would be able to contact anyone impacting the trip at any point. Part of this coordination included providing measurements etc to have the right size bikes on the boat to fit all the bikers. This is intended to be a fun ride with ...
... a HUGE BLACK SNAKE slithering past the kitchen window.
She ever so calmly yelled
"**** Ian SNAKE".
Just in time to see it enter the topside hatch into the bathroom.
When I went to go in and get it I found it curled up on the top of the cupboard
just inside the door at HEAD Height, and it was not happy.
Then we noticed the tool shed (forward berth converted) was open into ...
... 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.