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June 8, 20

Point Edward/Sarnia - Marc Dease
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Spruceglen taking on a load at the elevator.
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Night falls.
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A few cosmetic touch ups.
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Mississagi arrives in the north slip at Point Edward for repairs.
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Threatening skies.
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Storm clouds building and moving north.
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 Crane alongside placing machinery on deck.
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Still undergoing repairs.

American Mariner in Buffalo -
Brian W.
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Mariner at the General Mills Frontier Elevator on the City Ship Canal.
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Shifting back slightly as the boom is being removed from the hopper after unloading wheat for two days.
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The largest vessel and the smallest vie for room in the Buffalo River as some goslings are getting their first look at the Mariner.
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Mariner is now backing away from the City Ship Canal, coming under the Buffalo Skyway Bridge, and is heading into the Watson Basin.
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Turning through the North End of the Waston Basin and is now starting to line up for the Buffalo River Entrance Channel.
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Picture perfect sunset is casting a warm glow over the waterfront and the Mariner Monday night.
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The ship is so big, and so close that there is not much of an angle to shoot a photo as she backs past the missile cruiser USS Little Rock in the Buffalo River.

American Mariner arrives in Buffalo Saturday night -
Charles Dowd
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Entering the Port of Buffalo inner harbor
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Entering the Buffalo River with Coast Guard base in background and marina to the right
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In the turning basin heading for General Mills/Frontier elevator
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Arriving at the dock
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Boom into unload port on elevator
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The hopper
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The USS Little Rock

Kaministiqua at Morrisburg and Simano at Prescott Monday morning - Dave Bessant
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Kaministiqua downbound at Morrisburg
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Close up
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Simano approaching Prescott, upbound
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Simano passing the lighthouse at the end of the quay at Prescott

Port Huron on Saturday
- Lou Gerard
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 Downbpund Philip R. Clarke meeting upbound Mississagi at Vantage Point.
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 Montealais upbound At Port Huron
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 Canadian Transfer upbound at Blue Water bridge
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Forward detail of Canadian Transfer

Joyce L. VanEnkevort and Great Lakes Trader at the Upper Harbor in Marquette
- Rod Burdick
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Unloading stone into the hopper at sunset

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