Video Blog 1: Holding in Waterford


In our quest to provide everyone with as much of a real time experience as possible, we bring you our first video blog.

The Lois McClure is currently docked above lock E2 in Waterford, to avoid strong currents and high waters brought on by heavy rain in the Mohawk Valley. We’re working closely with New York State Canal Corps, and are working on revising the schedule to accomodate the weather days.

Stay tuned for more!

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About Lake Champlain Maritime Museum

The Lake Champlain Maritime Museum is a private non-profit museum located on the shores of Lake Champlain, just seven miles from Vergennes, Vermont. Our mission since our opening in 1985 is to share the rich history and archaeology of Lake Champlain and its surrounding region. We accomplish that through exhibits, education programs, special events, on-water activities, replica vessels, nautical archaeology research, and so much more. Learn more & get involved by visiting our website: www.lcmm.org.
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4 Responses to Video Blog 1: Holding in Waterford

  1. Chris Mc says:

    bummer dudes and dudettes

  2. Edwai La Point says:

    Sad weather waylaid plans and travels. Visited The Lois McClure on Friday afternoon 6/14.

  3. Leo Straight says:

    Bummer! Seems to be the new norm, Waiting for flood waters to go down so The Lois can proceed safely. Hope it doesn’t put too much of a kink in the schedule. It’s usually in the fall that this happens. I hope the whole summer is not like this! See you in August, somewhere!

    Fair winds Leo

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