|Marquette Regional History Center
The men woke up to a soggy morning. Their spirits were lifted with a big breakfast of coffee, pancakes, and bacon. After a bit of deliberation, the crew decided to push on despite the inclement weather, and the Abbie’s journey continued. About three miles from Washington Harbor, however, fog and wind convinced them to halt. The Abbie pulled to shore at what the men dubbed Shelter Cove, and the crew spent the day fishing and looking for agates.