Karl’s and his wife’s home for the next few weeks, is a pretty sweet ride (and color coordinated, too!). They packed up the camper with everything that they might need so that they can make as few stops as possible. They’ll stay in campsites if available and will have all the modern conveniences so will be able to avoid most public places.
(The marketing department can’t wait to see the Greensea logo when it’s installed. The aluminum body of the F-250 threw everyone for a loop when our trusty magnets didn’t stick.)
Hull Inspection Testing Begins
The purpose of the trip is to expose the crawler to “the big boats” and the work conditions under which a hull inspection tool must perform. First stop, alongside the S.S. JOHN W. BROWN in Baltimore.
The BROWN is one of only two remaining, fully operational Liberty ships that participated in World War II and is a living memorial to those who served on her.
The ship has been preserved as an operating museum ship, with the primary focus of educating people of all ages about the nation’s maritime history during World War II and the vital role played by our merchant marine and military veterans.
Karl was met by a bit of construction going on by the pier. See the video below for all the action.
Next stop – Newport News, Virginia