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Jumping in the old canal
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In summer, the old canal is a great way to cool off since the shipping channel was diverted some years ago. It's also a great place to canoe, row and kayak and the portion just south of Welland has become a venue for international rowing meets. The Seaway authority sold off its property and it's now maintained by local municipalities. Hording is up while cleaning and repainting takes place.
Copyright: Clay Morehead
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Taken: 27/07/2014
Uploaded: 27/07/2014
Updated: 29/07/2014
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Tags: welland; old; canal; summer; diving; jumping
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