Friday, July 29, 2016

Photo Friday: Tall Ship

This week, as I wrote a Beer O'Clock review of a beer called Captain's Log, by Cameron's Brewing Company, I remembered a road trip that the girls and I took, a couple of weeks ago, down to Gananoque. It was a last-minute decision to get in the car and drive to the small town along the St.Lawrence Seaway, but I'm glad we did it.

On our way home, we cruised the Loyalist Parkway, which follows the river, along the 1,000  Islands channel, over to Brockville. With the sun setting low in the early evening sky, it was a spectacular drive.

Brockville is another great town along the St.Lawrence, and it was here that we made a quick stop.

Long enough only to take a couple of photos, and then hit the road again.

The last time we were in Brockville was more than three years earlier, when the tall ships were sailing along the seaway. I took a lot of photos of these great vessels that day.

On this visit, however, there was only one that was harboured in town.


Happy Friday!

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