We arrived just in the nick of time from St. Paul, to get on the largest coal-fired ferry in the world.
Coal used for stoking the coal-fired engine and is brought into the ferry hold by semi-trucks in two fifty-cubic yard loads per crossing.
We waved good-bye to people that showed up to watch the ferry leave.
Lake Michigan looked like the ocean with whitecaps and color.
After a couple of Bloody Marys and with all the fresh air, Jim awakens from an hour-long nap.