After leaving Rutland, VT we needed to make a Walmart run in Ticonderoga, NY. The quickest way to get there was to take the ferry rather than drive all the way around Lake Champlain.
We timed our arrival beautifully and got there just as the ferry was getting ready to dock and load for the return trip.
The Ticonderoga Ferry is a seven-minute crossing on Lake Champlain between Ticonderoga, New York and Shoreham, Vermont.
The ferry itself is the Addie B, a diesel-powered tugboat with an attached 94-ton steel barge. The barge is guided by two steel cables that lie submerged in the lake when the ferry isn't operating.
HI..I hope you all are heading south soon...its going to get COLD where you are!! We went to the National Corvette Museum today. Cool. When I tried the driving simulation it sounded just like Jim..laughing at me cause my steering wheel wasn't straigt! What route are you taking to Az..are you going through Texas?
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