There were two boats ahead of us that they called in first and locked them though. We were first of the next two to be locked through.
When we got in the lock 1, Carolynn and Tom who were in the marina next to us last night, took their bikes up to the lock. They took pictures of us at the bottom and then again at the top of the lock.
The lock gates are opened manually. Here is a lock master opening a gate.
Here is a directional sign at the top of Lock 1.
The lock masters coordinate their activities. When you leave one lock, they have the next one open and ready for you. It is quite convenient. Here is lock 2 as we entered and before the water level was raised.
In one of the locks, the lock master told us about the turtle hatchlings that were in the lock. Look carefully in the picture; what looks like a leaf is a baby turtle!
Lat 44 degrees 11.92 North
Long 77 degrees 35.48 West.