|The Federal Rideau came under the Lift Bridge on Tuesday afternoon (above) to load wheat for Spain. The Hong Kong flagged salt water ship should complete today and depart the port. It was a coal day yesterday and again today. The American Mariner arrived yesterday to load coal and it departed yesterday with coal for Ashland. It is scheduled to return today for more coal, this time for Milwaukee. The Canadian Enterprise, James R. Barker and Indiana Harbor were also in for coal. The Barker spent most of the day waiting at the Port Terminal. This morning will likely find the Indiana Harbor waiting there for the same berth. And somewhere, the Algolake, Paul R. Tregurtha and the ever present American Mariner will have to find a spot in the waiting room. Then, if all of them get their coal, we will have two days with no coal, or rather the workforce at Midwest Energy Resources will have two days without coal, probably not a bad thing in this case. Photo taken on June 05, 2007.