The day dawned crisp and bright, with a heavy frost on the pumpkin. By 09:00 it just squeaked above the freezing mark, so it was time to don the gear and head out...destination, Hwy 2 along the St. Lawrence Seaway. First photo stop is the Johnstown/Ogdensburgh bridge. I should get the bike in the photo this time. Oh look, the winter salt is being delivered. Back on the bikes and heading east, we almost missed a big ship using the Locks at Iroquois. Amazing how much water those things churn when getting underway. Looking upriver at the locks. The locks are used by all types of vessels. I wonder how much the fee is for using the locks? Ok, enough with the big boats...lets look at trains! This old fella is on display at the entrance to Crysler Park. Yeah, it's cheesy, but I just had to get a "racing the stationary train" shot. It was close, but I won by a nose. Cheesy-ness is contagious. Those T-Max machines are fast. Looks like they're going to extend the tracks from Upper Canada Village all the way to Crysler Park...cool. I'll have to come back next summer and check it out. I can see Russia from my house! Ok, it's just another laker...I still think they're kinda cool. The entrance to Upper Canada Village. I don't know why, but this photo makes me feel very manly. Unfortunately, I have to head back now and get ready for Thanksgiving Dinner at my sister's. A quick stop at the Spencerville Mill for the last photos of the day. Suddenly, I have to pee. Not sure what this is, but it's rather photogenic. Does it get any better than this? Lazy Sunday afternoon, playing by the water and daydreaming. The leaf in the water was kind of mesmerizing. It was a good day.