West Cape Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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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 ...
... town of Lewes which involved cycling to a 1hr ferry ride across the Delaware Bay. A nice day and pleasant trip.
Sunday: We did some birding - a 3hr cruise through the otherwise inaccessible back bay marshes in a pontoon boat. It was really good. Quite a few real birders on board who knew what they were looking for. It was good to have the spotters on board. It's surprising what there ...
This morning, woke up at 7:00am and Legend was ready to go outside. Beautiful brisk morning. I have on pants and jacket. The sun feels good! Legend is getting used to going to the bathroom with cars buzzing by on the highway. Jess and I spent some time today at the outlet mall next to the hotel browsing. We tried a very popular seafood restaurant this evening too. It was crowded at 5:30 with a 20 minute wait....when we left, the wait was over an hour. It's ...
Ryan and I awoke early and headed outside with Legend. The air is brisk....I had my jacket on and Ryan wished he wore his. Invigorating and awesome!! We had breakfast and coffee and are preparing for the day. I will work from the lobby for a few hours and Ryan may have to go to his testing for work soon. Matt and Jess are still ...
... walk to the nice, sandy beach that wraps around the Cape and we have bikes to cruise around in. Perfect.
Today we cycled down to the lighthouse and went to one of the bird observation sites. This area has wetlands and vegetation that are enjoyed as a stop-off point by migratory birds. The weather's been very hot and muggy but rain is now very close so things will cool down a bit and with a change in wind more birds from the Arctic (or wherever ...