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POTW: It’s Almost There

Gordie Howe Bridge

June 13, 2024

Our SW Ontario contributor, Roger Renaud who sails in the Windsor area keeps us up to date on the progress of the spectacular Gordie Howe International Bridge, currently being built at Canada’s expense to improve the links between the US and Canada.  Read Roger’s latest update here.

First of all, who can resist a bridge named for Gordie Howe. Perhaps more importantly, it’s almost ready to roll as you can see from the most recent photo Roger sent.

To learn even more about this exciting project check the Windsor Star here

How about your photo for POTW – the Photo of the Week.  It can be nearly anything boat related – the people, pets and kids onboard, destinations, funny stuff (especially) or photos anything you deem fit.  Just send your shots to onboard@kerrwil.com and put POTW in the subject line.  Your  could star in our next issue!

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