|Note the pink line.|
It makes a u-turn, then
gets behind islands rather
than just going out to
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The voyage down the Delaware was fairly entertaining. At the start where the bay is the most narrow the water was calm. We ignored the villainous chart blotter and took a wider arch to get right into the channel. The current was going out, and it was ripping. We got 2 - 3 knots out of it, traveling over 11 knots. As the bay widened, however, the water got rougher. Not choppy, just tight swells. We'd go up one swell, then nose dive into the other. It wasn't consistent, but it was noticeable. Normally, we'd consider tacking to take the waves on the quarter bow rather than on the nose (we aren't fans of taking it on the nose), however...
|A little foggy this moring|
|Pics do this no justice. Trust me.|
This isn't something you want to see behind you.
|The 2 brown wood looking things are|