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Evening, my wife and I are in Oxford enjoying ourselves. We arrived at Mears Yacht Haven at approx 4:30. After we docked our sailboat, we took an hour cool ourselves at their small but nice and calm swimming pool. Then we took a walk to the nearest restaurant; Schooner's. We enjoyed our dinner with Crap Dip and spinach salad. The cool treat, The Scottish Highland Creamery is next door. They make awesome ice cream. My wife had Key Lime and I had Oreo. We are back in our boat and we will get to sleep shortly. Good nite.
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The Scottish Highland Creamery is next door. They make awesome ice cream. My wife had Key Lime and I had Oreo.
I've been wanting to visit Oxford but haven't made it there yet. I think your description just bumped Oxford to the top of the priority list! Thanks for sharing your experience. How did it go getting through the narrows?
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I've been wanting to visit Oxford but haven't made it there yet. I think your description just bumped Oxford to the top of the priority list! Thanks for sharing your experience. How did it go getting through the narrows?
Yes, it's a cool place to visit for a weekend. The restaurant, Robert Morris Inn is a must place to stop by and eat. Their food and service are excellent. I just returned home late last night because I like night sailing. The narrow is cool to go throught but be careful. My 25' Hunter with 4' keel ran aground on return trip. Luckily I was going at low speed with the boat's motor and I was able to reverse at full speed to get off. Then I had to shift the boat to the middle of narrow. Hope you would make time to go to Oxford!
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