July 17, 2019 Wednesday Peterborough Marina, Trent-Severn Waterway, Peterborough, ON 0 nautical miles.
Elevation: 617 ft Locks – Ascent – feet
We decided to hang around Peterborough through the weekend. The week is supposed to be rainy and hot. Here we have a secure mooring and better yet, air conditioning.
Today was both rainy and hot.
Along the Way
Mary needed a down day after all the walking around Toronto. Not Dale. Mr Ambitious attacked the mustache yes dear has been wearing for the past couple of months. (stains from tannin in the river water).
Mary did manage a short walk about to the farmers market. Off to the farmers market. yes dear is left of the boat on the left with the Canadian flag in the picture below (grey dingy on top).
After about 10 minutes we relocated our seats. Good thing because they stood there for the remainder of the night.
It’s estimated that 93,000 Canadians live in the U.S. with expired visas, more than any other group of immigrants.
Sculling is the use of oars to propel a boat by moving the oars through the water on both sides of the craft, or moving a single oar over the stern. By extension, the oars themselves are often referred to as sculls when used in this manner, and the boat itself may be referred to as a scull.
Rowers sit facing the rear of the boat and wield an oar that pivots in an oarlock. Boats are called shells. Rowers either scull (row with two oars) or sweep row (one oar). Sweep oars are longer than sculling oars. The rowing team is called a “crew.”
Drolleries and Yuks
breed is guaranteed to laugh at all of your jokes?