Wednesday, May 2, 2018

M/V Enid Dibert

There's usually a Crounse boat around when  you need one, and Monday morning the Enid Dibert did not disappoint during the slow times of watching the Mister Mac push its unusual load up the Ohio.

The Dibert had been at the place formerly known as Merdie Boggs. It left there to pick up 15 stone  barges it or another boat had dropped at Kenova, W.Va. I got these shots as I stood at the water's edge at the mouth of the Big Sandy on the Kentucky side. As the boat passed me, I heard someone say over a speaker, "I said, 'Cheese!'" I yelled back, "Thank you," and I got a blast of a horn in reply.

Thanks. It made an already good morning better.

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