Photos: Bidens Land in Cape Henlopen Wednesday Evening!

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He was about an hour ahead of schedule when Marine One, accompanied by two decoys, touched down on the parking lot at Gordons Pond around 5:30 p.m. Wednesday. Multiple agencies had secured the area earlier in the day in preparation for his visit. The Bidens took a short motorcade to their home which is within walking distance to the landing zone.

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The Bidens landed near Gordons Pond in the Cape Henlopen State Park around 5:30 p.m. Wednesday. “Marine One” was accompanied by two decoys. Image courtesy WGMD/Alan Henney.
The Coast Guard and Delaware Marine Police are patrolling the oceanfront, bay and canal. Image courtesy WGMD/Alan Henney.
The Bidens landed near Gordons Pond in the Cape Henlopen State Park after flying over the beach and ocean. Image courtesy WGMD/Alan Henney.
Two decoy choppers accompanied the Bidens to the Gordons Pond lot in the Cape Henlopen State Park. Image courtesy WGMD/Alan Henney.
A few visitors and property owners lined Ocean Drive to greet the motorcade near the Bidens’ home. Image courtesy WGMD/Alan Henney.
The Bidens’ motorcade was shorter than those back in D.C., but many of the support vehicles were already scattered throughout the neighborhood. Image courtesy WGMD/Alan Henney.
The traditional limo was a Chevy SUV. Just like with the helicopters it is difficult to determine which vehicle they occupy. Image courtesy WGMD/Alan Henney.
The crowd cheered as the motorcade turned down the street to the Biden beach home. Image courtesy WGMD/Alan Henney.
Coast Guard and Delaware Marine Police vessels are patrolling the nearby canal and oceanfront. Image courtesy WGMD/Alan Henney

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