Mural on the dock at Penetanguishene on southern Georgian Bay
This mural advertises the cruise ship that docks on the far end of the dock. I've seen this mural before but a few weeks ago...
Returning to the dock
I actually got to see the actual cruise ship.
At first I thought I'd missed the Georgian Queen again, but as I walked along the quay to take photos of sailboats in the harbour. I looked up and happily realized the ship was motoring up to the dock.
Lining up for tickets
The passengers disembarked and - before I knew it - a new wave of passengers started to purchase tickets for the next departure. While I doubt that the number of people who wanted to take the next cruise reached the maximum possible (200), I was amazed at the constant stream of tourists forking over the money to take the 1-and -1/2-hour trip offered.
Looking for cash
This mother and two kids arrived rather late and I worried that she might not be able to find her credit card at the bottom of her bag. But hey! She did find a tennis ball. Eventually they did board the boat.
On its way out of the harbour
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