Arrived Cape May

So this is the entrance to Cape May it was really foggy,DSC02203.JPG

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They have several tour boats to take people out whale watching and dolphin watching I did not see any but everyone else did.

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The fog blows in real quick.

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Now that property has a trailer on it and this is his slip for launching his boat.

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There is Momma peeking out to see who is coming by again.

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This is where we anchored.  This is the training school for Coast Guard.

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As I said it was very foggy.  We stayed here 2 nites.  The second day John and I took the digny to the marina where Bob N Along went to get new batteries and help him get them onto the boat.

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We left Cape May and started our travels on the inter coastal in New Jersey.

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Now I think all the birds on the ground remind me of seagulls and I think they are nesting.

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This is the inter coastal with lots of houses and towns along the way.

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Lots of Osprey again.

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And lots more bridges, and houses on the shore.100_9210.JPG

This was Ocean City

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At least there is scenery all over.100_9217.JPG

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Now these houses and condos are 14 feet wide and four stories high.

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We are about 5 miles from Atlantic City.

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We anchored in Brigadine 1 anchorage for a couple of days until the weather turns good for us to travel again.100_9226.JPG

 

 

 

 

One thought on “Arrived Cape May

  1. Lots of fog up the coast, must be giving the new radar a good workout. The trip up the intercoastal looks great so far!

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