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Saturday, August 12, 2023

Huckleberry -> Gananoque -> Grenadier Island, anchor

Gananoque was just a couple of miles from the anchorage. Ideally we wanted to eat lunch there, but the afternoon weather forecast said big rain and winds were headed our way. So we got close to the town, anchored nearby, piled into a dinghy, and had a late breakfast. Well, second breakfast for Russ and me.

From there we moseyed over to the local brewery and played some Hanabi. After the second game we noticed a distinct turn in the weather. Without hesitation he hustled back to the dinghy. We managed to get on the boats seconds before the sky opened up and dumped buckets of water.

Hannah's pic of the town's sign.
We noticed 2 fronts were passing over us so we hung out, watching our anchor to make sure nothing terrible happened. By 3 pm the skies cleared so we continued the voyage east. The goal was to get close the Singer Castle so we can tour it tomorrow.

That is in the US. So tonight is the last night in Canada.

Hustling back to the dinghy before the rain gets serious.

While short the trip from Gananoque to Singer was amazing.
You travel though a number of rocky islands.

It wasn't hot but Hannah and David took the opportunity to
laze in the lake. Russ did too. I'm the only hold out!

The trip through the 1000 Islands.
... okay, maybe only 50 or so ...

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