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The ship with its rustic nature and greenery created a very unique setting for photos to complete our day https://buff.ly/2GFDYwZ
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We could see the ship's rust orange crisp structure, the result from a 2003 arson fire attack on this once-used cargo ship #EcotourMag #blog #Canada https://buff.ly/2GFDYwZ
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Last, we headed towards La Grande Hermaine, a 140 foot abandoned sailing ship, passing a picturesque teal and white lighthouse on the way. https://buff.ly/2GFDYwZ
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Catering to all ages, Greg runs a rowing school for adults & a youth learn to row program, with 21 rowing shells, 13 kayaks, and 3 canoes for rent https://buff.ly/2GFDYwZ
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We decided to head under the train bridge, the main train route in 1902. "It's a magnificent bridge," Greg, Owner of Niagara Rowing School reminded us. https://buff.ly/2GFDYwZ
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We were given two possible routes: towards an abandoned ship under the QEW highway, or towards the Owl Foundation, with 50 cages on the side of the harbour's hill. Which would you choose? https://buff.ly/2GFDYwZ
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"When the sun is out, there are black turtles sunbathing on the logs. People have seen as many as 100 while on their kayaking expedition." https://buff.ly/2GFDYwZ
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Greg assured us that our kayaks were very sturdy and unlikely to flip. Rest assured, they didn't feel wobbly at all on the Jordan Harbour, Niagara Region.
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At the young age of 53, Greg fell in love with rowing, bought his first single rowing shell, and brought it down to the Jordan Harbour where he started Niagara Rowing School. Click to read about our adventure to Niagara's abandoned ship. https://buff.ly/2DWws3n
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You may have seen this abandoned ship before, driving to Niagara on the Queen Elizabeth Highway...https://buff.ly/2nw8ZuL
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