At 1 p.m, we met Andy King, captain of the "Louise Jane," by the clocktower. We climbed aboard the boat and looked around. He showed us the gps monitors and a camera, which would be aimed at me when I was swimming. He has a stuffed Shrek doll on top of the cabin on a pole. In the small cabin, there is a little bench, several monitors, and a small stove. Our crew will be sitting on the large white benches on the boat, which will be storage containers for our swim stuff. They are actually lockers for fish, when he's not accompanying channel swimmers. We examined a map and several courses by other channel swimmers. We could see which boats were out and where they were located in the Channel. After our hour meeting, we walked around Dover for a bit before heading towards Folkstone. We stopped at the Hilltop Cafe for a warm drink and great view. We only hit a couple of curbs and then got stuck in a large traffic jam during rush-hour on our way back to Dover. The traffic was the same as going north on I-75 in Michigan on the FourWhen we got back in town we had fish & chips in Deal and came back to the house.