Carol Jean Ahead Of Henri by Keith R Wahl, Made From RI Gallery
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The ferry ride on the evening ahead of a storm can be interesting. For the crew, there is a healthy level of caution. For the passengers, there is ebullient emotions. For the vessel, it may be a rugged trip in the leading waves.
As the M/V Carol Jean arrives in Galilee, I would see the skipper working the throttles. The tidal current pushed from astern making maneuvering an interesting topic.
The journey across the sound was successful. The ferries swelling with vehicles and humanity. Time to double up dock lines and wait for the oncoming cyclonic event.
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