Tag Archives: Chambly

Video Blog 7: Diving in Chambly


Diving for zebra mussels in Chambly.

Posted in Schooner Lois McClure | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Captain’s Log, Part 2


by Roger Taylor Kathleen and I rejoined the Lois McClure on June 18th at St. Albans just in time to get underway for Rouses Point. It was blowing a strong breeze out of the South, and, by the time we … Continue reading

Posted in Schooner Lois McClure | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Chambly


by Art Cohn Chambly is a historical power spot and after our tow by horse and Churchill, we tied Lois up in the Basin just above locks 3-2-1 as we had in 2008. We happily plugged into power that Parcs … Continue reading

Posted in Schooner Lois McClure | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

Historic Horsepower on the Chambly Canal


The Chambly Canal, like most 19th century canals, were designed with a “towpath”, a trail that paralleled the canal and permitted horse and mule teams to slowly pull canal boats to the other end of the canal. The Chambly Canal … Continue reading

Posted in Schooner Lois McClure | Tagged , , , , , , , | 1 Comment