We took a day trip up to the Thousand Islands to witness the rising waters and flooding that we read about:
It was hard to tell in Clayton, which boats were already launched and which were still on dry land.
Business as usual even though the cars were in the water!
The stationary public docks in Alexandria Bay are underwater so floating docks were brought in.
During one of the only two 90 degree days we have had so far, we took the Thunderbird to Burlington, VT. I walked while Dave rode his fold up bicycle that fits in the trunk:
We met up with Sue and Len in Quechee Gorge, Vermont, which is about halfway for them in NH and us in Ticonderoga, to meet for lunch.
We got more than we bargained for when visiting the Waterford locks where the Hudson and Mohawk Rivers converge.
Flooding has been an issue here before, so this apartment house has been raised and moved so the foundations can be repaired and brought up higher.
This was a huge barge being welded, along with its push tug at the seawall.
So now we wait for better boating weather. Meanwhile, at least all my flowering bushes are blooming and look gorgeous!
Stay tuned for more!