If we have to get stuck somewhere, this is a pretty great place to do it. It is a small but vibrant town. Apparently it was rated as one of the top 100 U.S. towns in which to live. It has great restaurants, a chocolate shop, a place with fresh bread, and a number of upscale stores. It just feels good here. I walked around town with the boys and made it to the library which is about 1.5 miles away. On the way back to the boat, I went into a realtor’s office to ask about furnished apartments (as we cannot be on the boat for the engine overhaul). He said he has three units that he rents and may have one available for the period of time we need it (first two weeks of Dec). He showed it to me. It is a 2-BR duplex with a spiral wrought iron staircase – beautifully furnished but a bit pricey. It is only a few blocks from the marina. Matt thinks we should see if there is anything available on the beach (a 20-minute drive from the marina).