Last year, we had the fabulous experience of biking the Eliza Furnace Trail, a bike-friendly path that goes along the Monongahela River and into downtown. On that trip, we got to see the river from some angles that we’d never seen before, and this inspired us to check out the rivers from a few new perspectives this year.
Our first opportunity to do that was on our Just Ducky Tour, when we were closer to the rivers than ever before. We’ve both been on boats before (and we were on a boat last year for an Achievement), but never were we this close to the water!!
This gives you a bit of an idea of how near the water the duck boat gets you. I am glad we went on a day that wasn’t too windy, because I feel like any rocking of this boat would end up with a lot of wet passengers!
Fall is officially here, so I’m hoping to get our next new river perspective with some of the lovely fall foliage that is on its way. But it was certainly an adventure to be on a boat so close to the water that we could reach out and touch the river!