We spent last night on the sea wall near Melocheville in Lac Saint Louis. We met a really friendly couple (Pierre) from the upper St. Lawrence who helped us with a lot of information about our trip. There is a real fraternity among sailors. One lift bridge, a long canal. and two more locks to navigate before Montreal. In the locks we were rafted to Julian and his family – another example of a sailor who went out of his way to help us. People have been great!!! After the last lock we had to turn upstream to get to the marina in old Montreal. 5 knots of current made the trip both rough and long, but we arrived in a downpour to find friends from Hamilton on the next slip.
Margie is making steak, pasta, and salad with Hagen Dazs (Mayan Chocolate) dessert – we’re ready!!
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