By Terry Kovarik
The severe thunderstorms and heavy rains didn’t keep the Washington Island Ferry from moving “full speed ahead”, in the words of company President Hoyt Purinton. He says the rains came during a what’s a traditional lull time for the ferry line. But Purinton says that will change come Labor Day weekend.
Purinton says the lull days have some of the fleet’s captains doing maintenance work on their ships so they’re ready for the rush. For more information http://www.wisferry.com/