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This series goes back to 2006, when I had no idea where it would end up a decade on.  Click here to see past installments.  All the photos in this post I took between Prescott ON and the start of the Beauharnois Canal.

Below . . . it’s the light at the location of the Battle of the Windmill.   Some of the charm of seeing this borderlands is learning of the obscure events of US-Canada history and the little remembered or mentioned groups like Hunter Lodges and the so-called “patriots” of the Patriots’ War.

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Here’s the active monument to commerce at the port of Johnstown, ON.

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What prompts me to do this post is a recognition of the beauty little seen.

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More Mississagi soon, but for now, the self-unloader is offloading upstream of the Iroquois Lock.

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This wall leads into the Iroquois lock, which doesn’t always close.  It’s a check lock.

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This is the same dairy farm off the port beam and

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the stern.

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We meet Thalassa Desgagnes upstream of the Eisenhower Lock.

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These transmission lines come off the Moses-Saunders Power Dam, crossing over the River at Massena.

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Dog swimming on a leash?

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Singer Castle, it’s not.

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Singer Castle, 50 or so miles upstream, this is. 

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And these are the Adirondacks, as seen from the River downstream of Massena.

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This looks like the Eglise de Saint Anicet, QC.

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Labrador here is just upstream of the first lock in the Beauharnois Canal.

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All photos by Will Van Dorp.

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