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Here was Highway, the first. As I approach the end of my sixth year doing this blog, I’m looking to recycle/update some titles.
Margot‘s payload is a Metso paper machine . . . although I’m not entirely sure what its function is.
Here between the leaves still on trees after a leaf-stripping hurricane and piled up snow . . . Margot passes the mouth of the Morris Canal, to the left of the clock. Note that red crewboat over closer to the mouth?
Here’s a closerup foto. I can guess ownership from the shade of red, but . . . anyone know the name?
All fotos but the last one thanks to L’amica.
This is the work and play post . . . the real connection is that although we all have to work, an important secret is to enjoy what you do. Imagine this enthusiasm in a co-worker or yourself on Monday morning, whether you’re struggling to finish a group report or
the folks at NYS Marine Highway, now shipping corn–yes–corn–out of Ontario and into the Erie Canal. How long has it been that agricultural commodities have been shipped on the Erie Canal . . . how long have people talked about shipping same on that waterway that revolutionized NYC . . . or international shipping entering the Erie Canal, but Margot (over a half century young) and its crew
doing it! Bravo to the folks at NYS Marine Highway. Click here for lots more fotos of Margot.
South African fotos come compliments of Colin Syndercombe; the Oswego/Erie Canal fotos, . . . Allan and Sally of Sally W, and all the others by Will Van Dorp.
Related: Here’s another ALE job.
Unrelated: The longest marathon swim starts tomorrow morning over 100 miles up the Hudson.