Thursday we booted down to Parry Sound to see the sights and get some vittles …
On the way into town, next to Harris Antiques …
I love the rubber tires …
And I love the Viburnums blooming at Brandy and Buddy’s favorite Vet’s Clinic. (Both are fine. I just got some vittles for them too.)
On the way home we stopped to watch the remnants of this storm pass by…..
The Cove Isle stopped in for a crew change on its way to the Sault. That is the “Adeline” on the other side.
Captain Keith did all of the woodwork on that model of Joshua Slocum’s “Spray” himself —- while he lived aboard her … for the last 20 years.
Your journey to town was, indeed, a myriad of picturesque sights. Pleased the doggies are well.
Thank you !!!
Thanks Krys. All is well, except for my email which is acting up. : (
Fantastic read about Keith’s boat designer !!!
VERY interesting insight to those bygone times.
PS: Especially interesting as the “Sail Training Ship ” Faire Jeanne has just weighed anchor after spending the night outside my window in Blue Church Bay………J.
That is an impressive ship. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/STV_Fair_Jeanne
West of Myers Point?
Directly southward from Myers Pt. Road, facing New York side of the river. We have a small bay out of the shipping lanes and safe to overnight in. They have spent a night or two here each summer for the past few years.