Left Fort Ticonderoga

Left the fort it is a beautiful day and so much to see on the river. International Paper Company shown belowDSC02771.JPG

We have New York on one side and Vermont on the other.  Big Bridge joining the two states.DSC02777.JPG

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Heres a picture of an old fort at Crown Point.DSC02781.JPG

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Now we are approaching Burlington,Vermont  the rock shown above during the American Revolution a British Ship mistook the island in the nite as a ship and fired upon it all nite long.  In the morning one officer said” It,s a rock by dunder”

Burlington is a university city and buses are free.

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This city and the waterfront is beautiful.  University Town of Medicine.

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Ran into Momba again Mary and Kevin.

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So we left Burlington and on our way again.

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So we now are in Pelots Bay anchored for the evening. DSC02848.JPG

Another beautiful evening.

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So we arrived at customs to get back into Canada we saw the US Immigration they have a trailor and the Canadian customs is a building.DSC02868.JPG

We arrived at Ste Jean Sur Richelieu, walked the town and stayed on the wall with our Mooring PassDSC02870.JPG

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We are in the ditch as John calls it.

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Chambly Canal is really nice.

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So we came to rest at the lock in Chamblay and had family come to visit. Free mooring at the lock.  The next day we headed on.

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You can always see the churches from miles away.

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Arrived St. Our Lock and stayed the night.

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Left to carry on the next day.

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We came through the St. Lawrence and came to Contrecoeur and anchored in front of a marina for the nite.

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Another sunset.  We should be in Montreal tomorrowDSC02935.JPG

 

 

 

 

 

 

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