CO's comments: One minute you have 7' of pure water under your vessel then a few hours later, your props are sitting in a foot of silty mud. This marina that we are at; Miss Chris, (if you could call it that) is a nice place to stay. To all my friends at Bill's Bay - during the summer you may deal with low water and mud, whereas, here you only deal with low water a few hours at a time. We plan our days around the tides.
|Our new neighbor, who has a 4' draft, couldn't |
figure out why he couldn't go all the way
into the slip; then his wife told him that
he was aground, so he just left it there.
|The Cape May Canal from the bridge|
with a boat load of whale and
|Keith thought you all would like |
to see this; one of the many
decorations at the dock.
|Cape May Harbor from the bridge- |
looking at the Coast Guard anchorage
just inside the harbor.
|Sunset at Cape May on 5-20-2011|