We pulled off Bobby’s dock at 6:45 am on Tuesday November 8th. Beautiful water! We were racing to get in our last lock before a train of barges got there. This was another massive flotilla that filled the lock.
We we surprised to find our friends on TwoLynne waiting at the lock.
The shoreline continued to change as we cruised past a cool rock formation.
We passed a huge paper mill that you could smell long before we saw it. Massive stacks of logs along the river. They were spraying water on top to keep the wood from spontaneously combusting.
Of friends pulled up before dark and dropped anchor behind us. We invited them to join us for dinner but they declined due to the rain that just began to fall and the fact that election results would be coming in soon.
Then, as Steve turned to shut off the generator, he slipped on the stairs to the bedroom, hitting his back right in the middle. Ouch!! Between watching the historic election results come in and trying to find a comfortable position for the back, we were up most of the night. Kathleen was up top several times checking on the anchor situation. Here is why! We wallowed all over the place, driving her crazy.