For days, we have watched a forecasted low-pressure system form off of the mid-Atlantic region between the successive high-pressure ridges. With the low-pressure system, we saw a prediction for 20 to 30 knots of wind driving out of the south and our opportunity to catapult from the Delaware Bay north to the Cape Cod region. Pushing our departure date back a day put our ability to be in position for the low-pressure system in jeopardy.
Several hours later we returned home, exhausted and ready to climb into our beds. Upon entering Caprica, we were treated to a crushing, spine numbing, mind altering stench that permeated through the cabin.