SATURDAY, JULY 14, 2007
Today we hauled anchor and motored into the Lewis Canal and replenished our diesel and ice supplies. A current that we were not aware of existed in the canal so our docking at the marina proved to be more challenging than expected. Afterwards, we went back out into the open bay and winched our dinghy up on Evergreen's coach roof for the ocean passage to Atlantic City and then on to Atlantic Highlands behind Sandy Hook, NJ.
As we were heading out into the ocean we passed a beautiful old sailing ship. Unforuntately we were too far away to identify it.
There was minimal wind so we motored to Atlantic City. We anchored in Rum Cove, just across the inlet from downtown Atlantic City. Nice view of the lights.