Last time I wrote I was heading up the Trent Severn. Mostly this was because I had time on my hands and it was open.
I met Miles and Brad at Campbellford, and we had a three day cruise up to the top of the Peterborough Lift Lock and back.
We had nice weather, and they seemed to enjoy themselves. After spending a couple of days in Campbellford letting some stormy wether pass and doing some delayed cleaning and maintenance I left there yesterday morning and came back down the canal and into the Bay of Quinte.
Today after stopping in Belleville for more cheap fuel I nipped into Napanee and had a late lunch at the riverview restaurant there. Today is their first day open since COVID-19 hit.
I’m now anchored here near Adolphustown. Tomorrow I run down to Kingston to meet Suey who is joining me for a week or so. I’m hoping the Rideau Canal will open soon. Guess we’ll noodle around the Thousand Islands while we wait.