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River traffic travels in all weather and times of day. So at first I was dismayed to be without my camera, but fortunately Elizabeth had hers when Timothy McAllister came past and got
really close. Thanks to the crew, whose demonstration probably inspired some young’uns to want to grow up and be mariners.
Earlier Madeline had moseyed past, checking out Gazela and all else along the PA side while
Captain Harry did the same on the NJ side.
While the rain fell, Caspian Sea headed out as
Teresa McAllister headed upriver.
as did Reid McAllister.
You’ll be thrilled by the paintings and the biographical materials.
All fotos by Will Van Dorp, except the first two by Elizabeth Wood, who had a charged phone.
Sandy? Of course, if you live inland from a beach, you may be scoured by the stuff.
These signs appeared along the NJ Turnpike today.
I had to return to the sixth boro from a little time spent in Philly. I saw Lois Ann L. Moran (2009, Washburn & Doughty) pass quite close to Penn’s Landing, but she was way up by Fishtown by the time I could grab my camera.
High Roller (1969, Jakobson) passed also, but the light hardly allowed Roller‘s brilliance to show. Scroll through for a foto of High Roller and her siblings with unique names in a post I did here over two years ago. The dome is the Camden aquarium, where some float-through-and-over-anything hippos live.
Two weeks ago, these small craft bobbed resplendent in summery sunny, but now a storm that should be called stormy or squally or even super-tempestuous dulls their colors.
For now, get to high ground; otherwise, batten ‘em down. Dog’em. Double’em up.
All fotos today by Will Van Dorp.
Here’s some sixth boro area tempests of past years. As I post this (1700 hrs), Queen Mary 2, Maersk Kentucky, and Yasa Golden Dardanel are among the last large vessels leaving boro6 for the safety of sea.
gCaptain comments on vessel heading counter-to-trend with paramount urgency . . . here.