Leitch leaves salt; takes iron ore pellets

Sometimes, I just have to look out my windows and walk to work to find out what is going on, or at least what I think is going on. Take today (Wednesday, November 9, 2011). Or last night first, I looked out my window and saw the pile of salt that the John D. Leitch was discharging onto the ground at North American Salt Company on Railroad Street. While walking to work, I noticed the Leitch had departed, leaving a giant pile of salt. A few more steps and I noticed the bridge was up for the Leitch to depart. About an hour later, I looked out my window and saw her returning. She is now, I think, at the CN dock in West Duluth, probably loading iron ore pellets. I am guessing her quick trip out allowed her to clean out her holds and return to load them with iron ore pellets.
Sometimes, I just have to look out my windows and walk to work to find out what is going on, or at least what I think is going on. Take today (Wednesday, November 9, 2011). Or last night first, I looked out my window and saw the pile of salt that the John D. Leitch was discharging onto the ground at North American Salt Company on Railroad Street.
While walking to work, I noticed the Leitch had departed, leaving a giant pile of salt.
A few more steps and I noticed the bridge was up for the Leitch to depart. About an hour later, I looked out my window and saw her returning. She is now, I think, at the CN dock in West Duluth, probably loading iron ore pellets. I am guessing her quick trip out allowed her to clean out her holds and return to load them with iron ore pellets.
Kenneth Newhams :