The Ship Motel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Ship Motel Alexandria Bay
Nice little party
town during the weekend I would imagine. Not to busy @ during the first Monday of the month. Good food. In bed by 10 pm.
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We stopped at a road side turn off where we have been many times in the past. It was to be our last meal before reentering the 'Rat Race'. We are 1/2 an hour from home at this point!!!
It has been a great trip and planning the next already!! It has been great sharing our trip with everyone. We experienced some problems with pinning our route so it looks like we were all over the place, in fact we really were!!!! Till next time!
... but we kept ourselves amused! Thursday started out with rain, but not for long. Cleared up late morning and the sun came out and schorched us again. Went down for a swim and the water was a lot cooler. Payed some more cards, went for a walk and relaxed! Had a nice fire and enjoyed our last night. Eddie alerted us to the raccoon creeping up behind his daddy! Friday morning was beautiful, but sad to have to pack up. See you soon ...
Cell service good 3 bars Privacy good, flat and lots of shade Arrived Friday, no issues. Weather was nice, a bit cool at night. Set up, had a nice fire and a few drinks! We had fun watching a young couple try to park their tent trailer. Saturday was another beautiful day! Barry kicked my ass in bean bag toss but I kicked his in Skip-Bo! Met a guy named Dave, had rescued a beautiful greyhound looking dog named Burton from the ...
... bridge and headed for Alexandria Bay, where we took a boat trip billed as the "Two Nations Boat Tour", which took us a ways up the St. Lawrence River and back to Heart Island and Boldt Castle. It rained lightly for the first half of the boat trip, but then stopped raining. Of course, we were already damp by then. However, we greatly enjoyed exploring ...
... towards the Ottawa River.
We only covered 18 miles today mainly because of the reduced lock hours of the off-season. We docked at a remote lock wall at Brewer’s Falls. Though remote, the wall has hydro (electricity) that will come in handy when the temperature drops overnight. The forecast is predicting more nice weather in the mid 60’s with sunshine. So, we are looking forward to a pleasant trip north to ...