Apr 25, 2017

Summer – soon

Here’s a pair of shots guaranteed to get you in the mood for this summer. They come from Pat and Jan O’Malley in Nova Scotia and certainly celebrate the boating life.

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#1 - In front of the Hotel Kenney at Jones Falls on the Rideau Canal

orange Sky

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



#2 - At the Westport Public Docks in Westport, ON

“Last summer my wife, Jan, and I towed our Rosborough 246, Grania, from our home at Head of St Margarets Bay, NS to the Portsmouth Olympic Harbour in Kingston, ON. We launched there and travelled the Rideau Canal through to the Ottawa River and back.”

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We’ll publish yours in the next issue!!
-JM

 

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