Our GPS was functioning somewhat erratically and the three hours trip to Hopewell ended in becoming a five hour trip. The GPS led us astray on numerous short cuts with roads in serious states of disrepair and, once, the route was blockaded after traveling 30 miles. It's not easy turning a 26-foot RV towing a car in this setting, but we just chalked it up to another road adventure. An unusual overview on our approach to Hopewell, salt marshes followed by long stretches of reddish brown sand then muddy brown water as far as we could see. From a distance, it looked like a desert with a mirage. Upon arrival, we walked the cliffs and beach exploring the uniquely shaped rock formations which have been carved by the 45 foot tides.
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