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February 15, 2007


2/15 - Historical Perspectives - Capt. D. G. Metz

Burlington upbound Soo River 1964

Breaking a path through ice with H C Heimbecker into Midland Ont. 1980

Huron Light Ship on location 1964

Mohawk Deer (Ex-L. C. Waldo, Riverton) up bound Soo River 1964

2/15 - Purvis tug Reliance helping the Avenger IV and barge PML9000 with a load of coiled steel, down the St. Marys River, past St. Joseph's Island - Chuck and Teresa Parker.

2/15 - "G" tug Wyoming breaking ice in the Rouge River, off the Gaelic Tug Dock, prior to assisting the John Spence and Mc Asphalt 401 into the Marathon Oil Co. dock - Mike Nicholls


2/14 - Sombra/Marine City ferry trapped by an ice floe in the St. Clair River - Glenn Terbush

Up against the seawall.

Details on the Boatnerd News
for February 14.

2/14 - Tug/barge Michigan/Great Lakes in the ice - Andrew Gott, Second Mate
 Pictures taken last week while we were beset in ice just south of Lansing Shoal, on the Michigan/Great lakes. We were assisted by the cutters Mobile bay and Katmai Bay, as well as a helo from air station Traverse City.

Here comes the Calvary.

Katmai Bay

Helo from Station Traverse City

Lansing Shoal Light

Here we go again.

Leaving a trail in the ice.


2/14 - Historical Perspective,
Edward L. Ryerson - Rod Burdick

In heavy spring ice above the Soo Locks, 1988.

Docked in Escanaba, 1989.

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