Forty-one miles to our next destination took us past “9 Mile” nuclear plant. We were traveling with a buddy boat “Quite Nice” Peter and Yvonne.
After arriving at Navy Point Marina, we took a walk around and found they have a very nice grilling area, which we took advantage of a few times.
The view at Sackets Harbor is amazing!
Not only that, but they have a Tiki Bar and Dock Tales every night!! We met some really nice people at this marina, Craig the Dockmaster, Peter and Lisa the marina owners, and several other fun folks including, Donna, Katie, Don, Steve, et al …
Strolling around Sackets Harbor was like a walk back in time. The town has a rich history associated with the War of 1812. Just a short walk from the marina is a battlefield with lots of interesting artifacts and information.
Had to try these Duck Wings at Whiskey Coop — they are larger than chicken wings and a little different taste — but good!
Traditionally this CAN-AM Festival is a very big event, unfortunately due to the continued border closure Canadians were missing. Still lots of live music, food, fun & games… plus Fireworks! There was human foosball on the street, unfortunately we didn’t get pictures of that. It Started raining about 4PM so this also put a damper on the festivities.
We had breakfast downtown at the fancy Tin Can Gallery, recommended by the locals. It was very good.
There was a battle field in Sackets Harbor that we took a stroll around and went into this museum showing interesting information about the war of 1812 and Sackets Harbor battle.