Supreme Commander Scully: “Let’s Go!”

Friday we made it down the Delaware Bay to the picturesque seaside town of Cape May, NJ.  The original plan was for one night here, two at most.  Then weather got involved, and of course the beach called to Niki:IMG_20180526_151919_1 crif.jpg

With the exception of a few years of discord between two series of American open wheel racing, Craig has attended every Indianapolis 500 since 1986.  This year he had to settle for watching it on TV, which we did at Delaney’s Irish Pub, (dressed in an Indianapolis Motor Speedway shirt, of course):IMG_20180527_104258 crif.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Along the way to and from the town (the entirety of which is a National Historic Landmark), Niki found plenty of gorgeous homes to photograph; here is but one of the many we passed:

 

 

Through all of this, however, Supreme Commander Scully and Admiral Roswell were wondering why, for now four days, their ship was not moving.  Taking matters into her own paws, Scully pulled out a copy of Chapman’s Piloting & Seamanship, along with the Waterway Guide book, studied them, and commanded her crew, “Let’s get going, you two!”20180528_091807 crif.jpg

And so, once this morning’s dense fog lifts, the Captain and Mate will do their best to follow her orders…

3 thoughts on “Supreme Commander Scully: “Let’s Go!”

  1. R. J. Hanna

    Great pictures! Love your map showing where you are- wondered if you got hit with the storms that hit Ellicott City, MD.

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    1. Craig Kozak

      We definitely did! We had one good day, then one day of crazy storms, a night of thunder and wind going nuts, and then another day of a little bit less rain. Today was the first good day. Unfortunately the swells out on the Atlantic Ocean combined with the lack of visible horizon in fog to get Niki a bit green, so we ended up pulling into Avalon for the night.

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