Cape Fear, the name is enough to scare you, why call it that unless someone was really scared by it, anyway we have to get around it to head north so off we go.
It was a nothing, the sea was almost calm and the wind and tide were both with us, about two hours in open water and then back into “The Ditch”
Even the view over the stern was uninteresting
As the outside is a little monotonous, here’s a shot of my work station, untidy as usual, under the lunchtime hamburger are the charts
Then onwards to Wrightsville Beach, (North Carolina, this time).
Only one person on this boat can steer this straight, the autopilot of course.
We are tonight at mile 283 on the ICW (measured south from Norfolk Virginia) so allowing an additional 160 miles for the Chesapeake Bay we are about 440 miles from home, the half way point as near as dammit.