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... to be a ferry to get residents to and from the island but in 1972 a bridge was built and it was eventually named the Bernt Gilbertson St. Joseph Island Bridge in honour of Bernt Gilbertson, an island resident and Progressive Conservative member of the provincial legislature who had long advocated for a bridge. The Gilbertson's still play a major role in the economy of the island. Marilyn informed me today that she ...
... and don't be in a hurry, but do expect to get great home made food. They use real roasted turkey in their hot turkey sandwiches. They have the best date squares and pies anywhere! And that's saying something in an area where pies are a staple of all community events.
Marilyn and I are going to spend tomorrow visiting some of my old haunts on Saint Joseph Island and environs.
The Soo KOA is another great enterprise. ...
Not a very interesting story today. The campground is supposed to have wifi but the connection is too weak to access at our site so I took the comouter(s) with me while I did laundry and got caught up on banking, emails etc. Bob fixed a couple of screens and a spray hose that was leaking. We went to Walmart (of course) for a few things and also went to a laundromat ...
... the right of the bridge and Lake Michigan to the left. Quite cold, according to Denny.
Landed in Sault Sainte Marie where we will be for two nights. Tomorrow - Lake Superior.
A little bit of housekeeping:
1) Danielle correctly named all six of the presidents who did not take the oath in Washington. Read her comment to find the correct answer. Not a big surprise since I taught her ...
... side (21 feet). Since the ship was so long it was in the 2nd lock About the same time a tour boat came into the lock closest to us so we were able to see the water rise in the closest one and the ship sink descend. It was done so slowly you don't realize how much they have to lower it until the ship is even with the walkway and still going lower.
By the time the large ship was slowly pulling out of the lock we ...