We really enjoyed Utsch’s Marina and our few days at Cape May, even though several of them were rainy. We needed a little break from the bustle of getting ready. We had a chance to see the antique dredger pictured on Foster’s post at work Thursday evening, and I also got a nice sunset picture.
On Friday morning, per our plan, we got ready to leave for Atlantic City by pulling up to the fuel dock and refueling before heading out. The waves were a little rocky and I made the mistake of starting out in the salon, which gave me my first case of seasickness on the QV! After sitting up on the bridge for a while, I felt better. You can see some of the rocking in the video, which is a very quick one since battery number2 on the GoPro was insufficiently charged and only lasted for 15 minutes.
We pulled in to Kammerman’s Marina in Atlantic City relatively early around 12:45. Had time to take a picture of Wee Kilted Pig before I got bit by some nasty big unknown bug.
Straightened up just a little for a visit from a local friend, Lisa, who kindly dropped us off at the Atlantic City Marina for our sight seeing tour.
After the aquarium we sat for drinks at a nearby place and tried to decide where to celebrate my 51st birthday. We ended up at Dock’s Oyster House, which was extremely good. Service was also excellent. Got a pretty sunset picture before we turned in early and I was up early as usual, to get some nice pre-dawn and dawn shots.