Sleep Inn & Suites Rehoboth Beach Area
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... tankers or barges. We did almost hit a drum of some kind, that was a bit scary. No matter how peaceful night crossings can be I am always scared for what I can't see in the water, and we have seen a lot of logs and debris in most places, especially on the Hudson. We did sleep a little on and off, but we were up mostly all night. The only issue was that the wind did NOT come from NW as forecast, instead it came from the south pretty much the whole trip so we could not sail until the ...
... there when you know where to look and have some binoculars. Met 3 different couples on the boat who had been to NZ last year and know more about our birds than we did.
Monday: We headed off for 2 nights at the Seaview golf resort for George to have a golf and car fix.
The trip to the Niagara Falls has been abandoned and we'll go to Cape Cod via the Hamptons (Long Island) instead.
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