Oswego, New York was our last stop in the United States until we get back to Michigan. An old port town that again has a rich military history between the French, English, Native Americans, and ultimately what would become America. Oswego sits at the mouth of the Oswego river and Lake Ontario.
We stayed an extra day because Lake Ontario had high west winds, therefore high rough seas and boating can be dangerous under these conditions. We took advantage of the time to make our final provisioning before we return home. We also visited the 226 year old Fort Oswego, an impressive original fort sitting on a bluff overlooking Lake Ontario and used to protect the entrance to the Oswego River.