St Lawrence River – Day 17

More of the St Lawrence.

Freighter on St Lawrence River.

Freighter on St Lawrence River.

Bruno V catching his 1st weeds of the day.

Bruno V catching his 1st weeds of the day.

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Freighter on St Lawrence River.

Freighter on St Lawrence River.

Fishing along the way

Fishing along the way

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More than one way to get water.

More than one way to get water.

Kind of difficult to borrow a cup of sugar from a neighbor.

Kind of difficult to borrow a cup of sugar from a neighbor.

Singer Castle

Singer Castle

Singer Castle

Singer Castle

The St. Lawrence River is truly the passage way for freighters to reach many ports in Canada and the US.

The St. Lawrence River is truly the passage way for freighters to reach many ports in Canada and the US.

Tuckered out

Tuckered out

Large freighters have priority at the locks. We waited almost 3 hours before it was our turn.

Large freighters have priority at the locks. We waited almost 3 hours before it was our turn.

Had to wait 2 hours for Eiisenhower lock, so tried a little fishing.

Had to wait 2 hours for Eiisenhower lock, so tried a little fishing.


Comments

St Lawrence River – Day 17 — 2 Comments

  1. How much locks will you pass through on you trip?

    The great news is that, when you’ll reach Montreal after the St. Lambert lock, it will be open water till the end…

    • Hi Steve, We think it will be about 35 locks in total…so yes, by the time we get past Montreal we will only have one more and that will be weeks later in the Strait of Canso.

      iboats’ Captain,

      Bruno

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