When I got down to Belanger this morning, I saw that the Algosea was docked there.
Tuesday, March 28, 2023
The Algosea Docked
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And the CSL Welland
Given that I got up fairly early and didn't sleep well last night, I figured I wasn't going to do anything else today. I saw that there was one more ship passing, so I decided to catch her.
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A Suprise Visitor
I also had today off. One of the ships that I was tracking was the Sykes.
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This pictures span two days. Often when I am out boatwatching, I have a little downtime. That gives me the opportunity to take some duck pictures.
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Labels: Canada goose, detroit river, ducks, merganser, seagull, st clair river
And the CSL Tadoussac
To catch the next ship, I went to the other end of the Detroit River. It was getting late in the day and it was kind of overcast, so I wanted to make sure I caught her.
Which looked cool against the gray sky.
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Labels: belanger park, canda steamship lines, csl tadoussac, detroit river, ship
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