This hotel does not have a generator, so we may be without power at some point. We are safe here and wanted to let everyone know.
We are hoping the dock behind us as well as the drawbridge help protect Serenity from the wind and waves we know are coming.
Shirl stands by one of the many closed businesses in Annapolis, with tarps and sand bags in place because of predicted flooding.
Annapolis is a very beautiful city...very clean with a friendly atmosphere, with small businesses that line the streets.
A family favorite...Kilwin's better known as "Little Killies"
Dinner with Neala, Jeff, Grady and our waitress "Hurricane Sandy" at McGarvey's which is the oldest pub in Annapolis.
"It is a lot more fun to eat in a bar than to drink in a restuarant"...sign at Shakey's
Update on Sandy: the storm is now moving at 28 miles an hour, and will hit the southern New Jersey coast about 6:00 p.m. Sandy is tracking a little further south at this point.