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January 27, 2006

Shelter Island boat launch

This picture has been sitting my camera since I returned and I finally got around to putting it on the laptop...and from there onto this site. I also had a few pictures from Saturday's travel nightmare, but there is probably no need for you to see a lot of disgruntled half-asleep travelers moping around Narita airport.

This is a view of downtown San Diego from Shelter Island. We stayed at the Humphrey's Half Moon Inn for a few days before leaving, which is a quality hotel that is surprisingly affordable. You should consider it if you ever take a San Diego holiday.

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There are also a few good restaurants around, including Boll Weevil which serves up some of the best hamburgers I have ever had anywhere, and Fiddler's Green - which seems to be the boat industry (yacht builders/sailors) local and has good clam chowder and steaks.

Posted by Kirk on January 27, 2006 08:10 AM

Comments

Has been worth a stay when we travelled in the 80th so good to see it has kept its standard. Shelter Island gives you very often also phantasic sunset views to pick up with a camera.

Posted by: Thomas at January 28, 2006 10:22 PM

Nice picture, great burgers and the steak was great too - oh, hey, I especially liked the company as well!

Posted by: Terri at March 10, 2006 07:20 AM