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Intracostal Waterway going through Virginia is somewhat disappointing. Besides occasional jet fighter training right above our heads this part of our trip compares poorly with, let's say, upstate New York, where canals are well kept and there are always cute towns to visit and free docks to tie up to.

Basically we are going through swamps in a very shallow water with occasional terror rising sight of a huge tree trunk sticking up just above waterline in the middle of the channel.

Naa, we don't care much for it at all... at least the air temperature is slowly rising. In Chesapeake we had some Canadian weather and I couldn't help but grim when I thought of Laurie and my other friends getting their winter clothes out :)

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