As I said in my last post, I also saw some boats.
Thursday, April 30, 2020
Some Rescue Boats
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Catching the Dolphin
As I was getting ready to leave the island, I noticed some commotion by the Belle Isle bath house. Well I noticed the commotion as police cars were passing by as I was taking pictures of the Conveyor but I noticed their destination when I got to that side of the island.
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Labels: dolphin, helicopter, hh-65, us coast guard
And the Algoma Conveyor
As I was about to leave, I saw that the Algoma Conveyor was coming up.
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Labels: algoma central, algoma conveyor, ambassador bridge, belle isle, detroit, detroit river, ship
My Other Happy Place Bird
The seagull also works for me but I tend to find them further inland than cormorants.
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Labels: bird, detroit river, seagull
My Happy Place Bird
I actually have two happy place birds and it's really a toss up.
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Labels: belle isle, bird, cormorant, detroit river
Catching Up With the Ojibway
So this is the ship that I was interested in catching.
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Labels: belle isle, detroit, detroit river, lower lakes, ojibway, ship
A Pair of Mallard Pictures
One of the nice things about boatwatching is that it gives you an opportunity to get pictures of other things.
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Labels: belle isle, detroit river, fowl, mallard
The John J. Boland Rocking the Detroit River
So on Friday, I headed down to Belle Isle again. There was a ship I wanted to catch.
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Labels: american steamship, belle isle, detroit, detroit river, john boland, ship
Monday, April 27, 2020
Catching Up With the American Spirit
It took me alot longer to catch my first thousand footer this year but I guess that is understandable since I didn't go boatwatching until now. If I recall, American Steamship was bought by the Rand Corporation which is also the Corporation that owns Lower Lakes and their Canadian subsidiary. I'm not sure what that means for any of them but I have a feeling there is going to be a reorganization at some point.
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Labels: american spirit, american steamship, belle isle, detroit, detroit river, ship
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