We returned to the View parked beside the Brooklyn Bridge and found it in perfect condition. Once again the GPS found our way through Brooklyn and across the Whitestone Bridge. There was relatively little traffic on I-95 heading north.
At noon we arrived at Mystic Seaport. This museum must be the oldest and largest maritime museum in the country. It consists of a whaling village, boat yard, harbor, and several exhibit galleries. They were getting ready for a wooden boat show this weekend and several beautiful boats arrived while we toured the grounds. The last wooden whaleship in the world is being restored in the museum's shipyard. A three story staircase has been built to get visitors to the deck. The ship is immense and must have a draft of 15 ft.
Tonight we are at the Seaport Campground in Old Mystic.
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