Later in the day we saw 3 other boats downbound-the Saginaw, Federal Mattawa and the Lee A. Tregurtha.
After a day of cutting the grass in spite of the wet lawn and then raking, we decided to head to Clyde's for a burger. They still have car hops there but you can see that even she had her hood up to keep warm.
This is the view of the river from Clydes. There is a new building there. Some gov't organization needed a supply building there. I heard it has something to do with lamprey controls. In their great wisdom, they put it right in the sight line for watching the boats.
The Sugar Island ferry was busy but not full. I don't think many people are using their summer homes there because it is so cold.