Lewes project mostly blown out

We got one full day and two half days of work at Lewes, but the seas were too rough to work on the other days.  We finished the small area left over from 2007, found two sites in the outer harbor, confirmed two others that appear on the nautical chart, and disproved two more on the chart.  We also confirmed a dozen charted wrecks in the Chesapeake and the Delaware en route to Lewes, including (I hope) the schooner Mary A. deKnight that foundered in 1870 near Annapolis.

On Wednesday, 14 October, we tried to bring Roper back to Maryland, but it was too rough for a safe trip so we turned back and will leave her there until the weather eases.