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Immigration in Oswego Marina

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Log Book: Oswego Marina - September 2, 2003

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Today was a bit of a drag. We had to stay in the marina for a whole day. We were ordered by Immigration people to stay put until they came to process our papers. At least we didn't have to sail back to Toronto to get their I-64 or whatever they call this green note they stick in your passport at the border. But we still had to wait all day for someone to show up and that agitated both of us. Our moods were not the greatest this day.

I worked my little polish butt off to get everything ready for mast unstepping.

Finally the immigration dude came in. He was the man on which the movie "US Marshals" based it's lead character - I am sure of it. We were delighted to have our visas processed without any further complications and our moods were instantaneously better. We celebrated our "legality" by leaving marina and visiting the town and our customary visit to the dollar store. Have you seen our video clip from dollarama yet? (M)

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