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April 7, 20

Lewis J. Kuber and tug Olive L. Moore depart winter lay-up - Dick Lund
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Barge, Lewis J. Kuber on the morning (April 5) of its new "Maiden Voyage" for Lower Lakes
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Tug, Olive L. Moore at its dock that same morning
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Lower Lakes colors on the stack of the Olive L. Moore (no Lower Lakes logo)
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Stern of the barge
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Tug, Erika Kobasic, broke ice in the bay of Green Bay coming down from Escanaba, MI
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Olive L. Moore behind fleetmate, James L. Kuber, is ready to go early in the evening
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Olive L. Moore heads past the James L. Kuber
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Olive L. Moore heads in toward the Lewis J. Kuber
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Making its way into the notch of the barge
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Locked in place
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Elevated view of the duo about 45 minutes before their departure
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Underway heading past the old carferry, Viking I
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Stern view after passing through the Ogden Street (Menekaunee) Bridge

Canadian Provider in the Seaway -
Murray Blancher
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Crossover Island
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Brockville, Ont.
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Petrolia Desgagnes' funnel markings was partly painted out on Wednesday after having been sold - Rene Beauchamp
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The yellow stripe was replaced by a blue one. Her Canadian registry was closed the same day. The new name is Don Felix and should be painted on in less than a week.

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