In the finest tradition of NJ’s own innovative n creative Thomas Edison, NJ’s NEC Energy LLC designing and developing renewable energy quantum networks w digital twins;renewable energy micro-grids; tidal,wind, solar, geothermal, biomass,other.
photos posted as they did not post in the prior post paddle on down
National Archives File Mt. Holly Flood Control, Fort- Dix Access Project; Rancocas Creek Dredging w maps/charts; Racoon Creek Channel Maintenance; Army Engineers Letters and Telegrams, Delanco Shipyard , Barge and Tugs, Sand Mines, and more. 297 high quality photos of NJ’s Rancocas Creek between 1910 and 1941. Photos are public domain obtained from the National Archives. This material is not labeled to specifics rather viewers are encouraged to explore and discover Rancocas Creek Heritage and History for personal enjoyment and scholarship. This material is used to enhance public awareness of the heritage of NJ’s Rancocas Creek Water Trail and Watershed. Text 609-456-9344 w any questions. Or zap an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. A tip of the hat to Larry Tigar of Mt. Holly Historical Society, Mrs. Demby, John “Chicken” Chitester, Peter Fritz from Delanco and numerous others for sparking interest in this material.
11/26 Melpine down to vessel site. Getting caught in tidal “grippe”. Tide, current, wind pushing yaks all over the place. Robust paddle. 2 Hours round trip. Low Tide. Katie Yaked on through