Making our way west to Trenton, NJ, (forty miles from the ocean) we finally found one store with power and were able to buy a radio. We purchased a tankful of gas at a little station in Bordentown that was open and never thought twice that for the next five days we would be worried about not being able to purchase gas.
|Tuesday morning, 70 miles in straight line from landfall.|
|A local market in Brick, NJ, stays open with no power. Within 24 hours most|
everyday essentials would become virtually impossible to acquire.