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Why We Love the Thousand Islands!

Sunday, August 11, 2013

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Why We Love the Thousand Islands!

Tweet Turn up the volume and enjoy the video of the St. Lawrence River and the Thousand Islands by helicopter! Breathtaking!

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Thousand Island View

Friday, June 7, 2013

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Thousand Island View

Tweet A rainy day on the St. Lawrence still produces traffic as you can see here right in front of Boldt Castle.  You can click the photos to enlarge.

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BBC Rio Grande Enroute

Sunday, June 13, 2010

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BBC Rio Grande Enroute

Check out this gorgeous salty, BBC Rio Grande. This German vessel currently arrived in Becancour from Lake Michigan to load for overseas. I got this shot as the Rio Grande passed in front of Boldt Castle in Alexandria Bay.

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Federal Kushiro/Boldt Castle

Sunday, June 14, 2009

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Federal Kushiro/Boldt Castle

These are some of my favorite recent photos that I took while at the Riveredge Resort. The Federal Kushiro of FederalNav LTD was traveling up river on the Saint Lawrence River.

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Back on the River: Lakers and Salties

Saturday, June 6, 2009

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Back on the River: Lakers and Salties

Great to be back on the river and watch the lakers and salites. In all of our posts, you can click any image to enter the lightbox and view all images actual size.

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Two Ships That Pass

Friday, October 17, 2008

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Two Ships That Pass

Probably less than a dozen times a summer, we see two lakers (or salties) pass each other in the main channel. Here are some photos of Canadian Miner and a CSL vessel.

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Beluga Ocean Going Ship

Saturday, July 12, 2008

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Beluga Ocean Going Ship

An empty Beluga Projects ocean going ship from Bremen, Germany passed by Clayton while delivering windmill parts to the Great Lakes.

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