We walked up the hill to the grocery store. It was only about 15 minutes away. On the way, we could see one of the wind generators in the distance.
The afternoon was very warm and humid and windy. We had the air conditioning going in the boat. When John took a nap, I took an umbrella with me and walked east along the waterfront to a waterfront trail that led to the swing bridge we had come through yesterday. The wind was pretty strong on the bridge. Walking over the bridge gave me an appreciation for how sturdily it was built. It was built in the early 1900's as a train bridge. In the 1960's, the train no longer was needed for mills or coal so the bridge was abandoned. Cars used a ferry up to this point. In 1980, the bridge was refitted for cars, although it is only one lane, a street light controls which side goes over. I took this picture of the Little Current Harbor from the center of the bridge.
When I got back to the boat, we gave the boat a good scrubbing. Just in time too. It wasn't long before the rain came. It did cool it off some. Tomorrow, we plan to cruise to the Benjamin Islands of the North Channel.