A group of students from the CJA takes a weekend trip in the 2011 winter semester to Sault Ste. Marie and are given the opportunity to visit the border patrol crossing and the Sault Locks.
A restaurant in Sault Ste. Marie During a trip to Sault Ste. Marie, the CJA visits a local restaurant full of antlers and other unique objects.
Border Patrol Facility They made a stop by the border patrol facility where the U.S meets Canada.
A mini-model of the Sault Locks This is a mini-model of the Sault Locks, showing how each of the gates work in order to allow ships through.
Ice forms at the locks Ice forms at the exit of the locks on a cold day in Sault Ste. Marie.
The high water of the locks The Sault Locks allow ships to pass from Lake Superior to the rest of the lower Great Lakes. The upcoming slides show the progression of a ship going through the locks.
The ship enters the locks  
High water mark  
The ship Canadian Progress  
The water levels falls  
The ship, Canadian Progress, is now able to exit the locks safely and deliver its load to its destination.