"The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in
its net of wonder forever."—Jacques Cousteau

June 30, 2013

June 29 - Warwick, RI

Wharf Marina

Not a very exciting day today...we woke again to fog and drizzle. We spent most of the day getting work done on the boat. I defrosted the freezer this morning before we picked up the rental car. Stan worked in the engine room this afternoon changing the oil and engine filters.

We did check out the area a little around lunch. After we picked the car up we drove over to East Greenwich, which is the wealthiest municipality within the state of Rhode Island. It's located on a small cove with nice homes, little boutiques and a lot of restaurants. We wandered around a little and had lunch at a place called Ed's Roost. We wanted a good hamburger and this was the perfect place…a small, very local little diner on the main street.

The sun did come out for awhile this afternoon but we were too busy getting things done on the boat to really notice. The marina is in a very quiet protected cove...we only saw a few people on the dock all day. The exciting end to our day was dinner onboard and a little TV. No exciting ports of call or exploring for us today.

Ed's Roost...a funky little diner time has forgotten. Felt like we stepped back in time 

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