Super 8 Hampton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We left the Hotel in Milford this morning and the temperature was -2, the sun was shining and it was another clear day. We have been fortunate with the weather. Before we headed in our southerly direction we took a detour to the Delaware Water Gap. On entry to the Park we knew the 70,000 acres were impressive with the high hills and rock cuts to the slightly ice covered water below. Signs indicated "falling rock, or extreme wildlife ...
A year or so ago, a friend and I talked about starting a blog detailing our travels together. We were sitting in a Pittsburgh restaurant with our husbands brainstorming ideas on a napkin. I came home and created this blog... and then did nothing about it. Never wrote anything.
Well here it is- another cold winter day and we are planning another summer vacation. As I think back ...
... night here.
The great thing about Halloween is that it is also Eric and Dawn's wedding anniversary. They were married 21 years ago on Halloween in Michigan. It has been a great ride for them. I told Dawn that she has more time invested in Eric that I did raising him. She laughed and said she was still working on getting him to grow up.
... transom, but flubbed the landing and it also escaped. So far for the trip we were 0 for 4. But we soon got another chance and landed a 37” mahi!
But wait, there’s more! Soon after noon we encountered a school of Big Eye Tuna and all four of our rods were singing almost at once! Hmmm, four rods, three people. We feathered the boat up into the wind a bit to slow down. ...
... on the same day – they were: USS John C. Stennis; USS George Washington; USS Theodore Roosevelt, USS Enterprise and the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Interesting Note - As a ship travels in a straight line for any extended duration, it will become magnetized, i.e. one side of the ship becomes N pole and the other S pole. Ship captains frequently changed direction to counter this problem (and stop their compasses from always pointing ...