Met back up with Ray and Irene, and some other Canadian friends Peter and Sue. Yesterday we toured around Annapolis. It was really cool. We walked down streets that George Washington walked down. We saw America's first capitol building (the first one was in Annapolis). There is a lot of neat history in Annapolis.
We are going to be stuck here for a while. A power boat wake knocked our stove off the counter on our way to a new anchorage, breaking two knobs off the stove. So we had to order new ones. It will take three days. It's not too big of a deal though. It's dangerous to head south of Norfolk, Virginia before November 1st because of hurricanes. So if we left Annapolis and made it to Norfolk before November 1st we would be waiting around anyway.
The picture below is of LeeAnn and Irene being read to by Kunta Kinte. Remember the book Roots? Kunta Kinte's slave ship arrived in Annapolis.
LeeAnn looking at the Kunta Kinte Plaques.
From Left to right: Sue, Irene, Ray, Peter.
Life is good.
Life is good, Indeed! Looks like a lot of fun and history there!ReplyDelete
I hope that after I die, people will say of me: "That guy sure owed me a lot of money."
what are you saying? I owe you money?!?ReplyDelete
Ha ha :)ReplyDelete
This is Nicole. Why is my account name showing up as N? That's stupid. Who changed it? Not me.ReplyDelete
It was the little man in the computer mom worries about.
Ryan just watched part of Roots in Social Studies.....or whatever they call it in 10th grade. Her teacher thinks they learn more about History by watching movies and talking about them. Where was this teacher when I was in school??!! Aunt JoniReplyDelete
Mr. Tate in high school was like that! we watched movies all the time! it was great!ReplyDelete
Well, that is just who she has. Mr. Tate! She loves him. She will have to tell him what you are up to now!ReplyDelete