Monthly Archives: May 2014
Paul left on the train Friday morning. Just before we left for the train station, Paul got to meet a cousin he had never seen before in Montreal! Next major stop for me will be Quebec City.
We have arrived! Paul and I completed the locks. We left at 8 am on Thursday morning and headed for the Valleyfield bridge. When we arrived after several attempts to contact the bridge we finally got ahold of them and … Continue reading
We left Cornwall early in the morning and headed to Valleyfield. It was a long, cold windy day with 1 metre sea’s and wind on the nose for five hours of motoring. There was water over the deck a few … Continue reading
We made it a long day and did three locks today. We went through the lock ahead of another boat that was headed to Tadoussac. We took som pictures of their boat which I will give to them when … Continue reading
Arrived in Cornwall late this afternoon. Will update more later. Poor wifi connection.
Arrived in Brockville early afternoon today. Another beautiful day. No wind till we were just arriving. We had four different freighters pass us today. The wake from jet-ski’s was worse than the big boats.
All the latest news now that I’m underway will be posted under ship’s log.
Arrived in Kingston at noon today. The flies on the lake were awful. There was no wind and when that happens the flies apprear and cover the boat. Finally late this afternoon the dark clouds came and the rain poured … Continue reading
Well we made it to Belleville. It’s been an interesting day. Left Brighton under sunny skies and it stayed that way all day. In the morning Paul emptied the dinghy on the dock from the rain water from the previous … Continue reading
We had a very nice motor sail over to Cobourg. Left at 8 in the morning and arrived at 9:30 in the evening. Not much else to post. Off to Brighton in the morning.