I wasn't planning on going out boatwatching last night since there wasn't anything moving. It seemed like the James R. Barker was taking forever to load and she would have the likely candidate to go see. I kept on an eye on AIS for that and as I was just about ready to give up, I saw that the Apollon was starting to move towards the harbor. I was waffling a bit and then I decided to go see her.
Port Huron. She ended up waiting just north of Port Huron for a pilot. I saw her just outside of Duluth as I was flying in. I think she was here for a week or so before that. I can't imagine just sitting outside a port for that long. Anyway, she is finally entering the proper port so that she can load grain and head back to Europe.
So like the Apollon, I will be starting my journey towards home. I've had a lot of fun during my stay in Duluth. I will try to make it back up here at some point. I'm not sure if I will get any pictures on the way home but if I do, I will post them here.