Once in another country subtle things changed, like the ATONs, which are skinny here. Also, this side of Lake Champlain had a lot more fishermen than the US side. Both require permits, but I'm guessing Quebec is just a little more liberal about who can fish. Or it's cheaper. Or it's a holiday so more folks just out.
We did watch for those little boats, slowing quite a bit so not to wake them; don't want to piss off a foreign country on your first day here.
|Checking into Canada...|
Just a note: It's the Friday before Canada Day. Saint Jean, what I'm sure is usually a sleepy town, is starting to ramp up it's celebrations. Could be an interesting night... could be interesting cruising the locks tomorrow.
|Before checking in. Yellow flag and Canada Flag.|
|And after. We're officially welcome, so gone is|
the yellow. But while we cruise we'll wave a
courtesy country flag.
|Last sunset in the US.|