No . . . it’s not a disease or a euphemism for profanity. It’s many places, one of which is marked by this lighthouse in Oswego. All these photos were taken since Tuesday in Oswego, a place I previously wrote about here last year after watching a drill that involved swimming from and to a helicopter.
See the light to the right here along the horizon, a light younger than Urger.
Last year’s drills involving drones have already made their way into kids’ murals!
The mouth is the port of entry for Metalcraft Marine vessels making their way into various US ports.
Some vessels I was free to watch enter the port, but others
went by and I couldn’t follow until later, when they were really
behind and beyond
reach. The tug here is Everlast. If you were at the canal mouth this morning–or any other time–and caught a close-up, side view of Everlast pinned or–even better–light, kindly send along some photos.
All photos this week by Will Van Dorp, whose access to wifi is still a challenge.