Meanwhile, I kayaked along the waterfront and breakwater, which must have been almost underwater a few weeks ago when the lake's water level was near flood stage.
While paddling across the channel between the shore and the breakwater I had to stay out of the way of two tour boats and the Port Kent, NY car ferry. The aging Adirondack is the same ferry our family came across Lake Champlain on back in the 1960's.
All these sailboats were ready for the kids to go out on, but the wind died. Great for me, but frustrating for them.
These longboats were two of several in the marina, and belong to the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum. They try to have rowing races every year, depending on the weather.
The summer is flying by and our trip to Burlington was a huge success. Dave even drove our standard shift PT Cruiser Convertible. He is getting better at using the clutch and shifting, which is difficult with his broken left femur and broken right wrist. Once again, adapting is what it's all about!