Saturday, July 15, 2006
Here are some pictures:
From the bottom:
The Toonie Monument. There actually is another coin monument in Canada. In Sudbury there is a giant nickel. Sudbury is the site of the largest nickel mine in the world.
A lock on the T/S. Notice the water turbulence at the bottom of the doors. This is the water being discharged from the chamber to allow the doors to open for me.
Waiting on the Blue Line. The locks in Canada operate on the Blue Line System. If you want to transit the lock, you tie up on the blue line and wait. Notice the umbrella over the cockpit. It's HOT and I need that shade!
The approach to Campbellford. Notice the nice houses right along the canal. This is a very pretty place.
In the middle of nowhere, no town, no house around, here's this flower box shaped like a donkey cart - go figure.
That's all for now. More when I can.