Taking the truck and trailer to Norfolk, returning with Adagio on the trailer…

South of the Border – the iconic plaza just south of the North/South Carolina border, on the way to Norfolk with the trailer.
Adagio waited patiently at the dock for me to come get her…
Heading toward the boat ramp where I left the truck and trailer – got there after 12.5 hours of driving starting at 3:30 in the morning (I95 was closed by an accident just before my turn to Norfolk, and then another road on the way there closed from another accident). Took and Uber back to the Waterside Marina where Adagio was.
I drove the truck and trailer over that huge bridge – a little scary, but I actually intend to take the boat on the trailer across it later as well…
The road to the bridge goes directly behind and then next to the Norfolk Naval Shipyard.
Just about to go under the railroad bridge – glad it wasn’t closed.
The boat ramp is over there – just past the bridge in a nice park, just a 20 minute boat ride from the marina.
Adagio at the boat ramp dock, and I have backed the trailer in at the ramp to load the boat on it.
The truck – did a great job towing the boat home, but only averaged 10.2 mpg.
And there is the bridge I towed the boat over – 35 mph speed limit, and good thing because it took a lot of power to get the whole rig to the other side. So, after the 12.5 hour drive to get here, and about an hour getting the boat loaded and prepped for towing, I drove another 2.5 hours to get to a rest stop on I95 in North Carolina. Woke up at 5:30 the next morning and drove another 11.5 hours to get the boat home – a looooong couple of days, but glad to have me and the boat back home!