|The Unit headquarter at the Hancock Driving Park, utilizing the MultiPurpose Arena for support operations. They arrived in town on Thursday afternoon.||
||There were a large number of vehicles in their Convoy, holding a number of Bridging sections.||
||Coming a long way builds appetites, and local support and donations from local businesses, led by Hancock Police Chief Wayne Butler (L), meant hot dogs and bratworst instead of military ration packs.||
||Waterway operations were conducted from the Houghton Kestner Beach site on Saturday, after a day spent preparing and launching the ribbon bridge sections, along with their accompanying patrol/maneuvering craft. |
|A number of local emergency vehicles were taken from one side of the waterway to the opposite side for demonstration and exercise reasons during the day, despite the rainy conditions.||
||Some of the support vehicles in the Kestner Park parking area.||
||Another view of the ribbon bridge. The Unit returned to the Soo on Sunday.