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No...they are not going to swim! They are going to take the ferry.
|Ms Flat, Flat Chris, Flat Stella and Flat Luke wait for the ferry|
|a view of the cable with the ferry in the distance. The ferry has just left the other side.|
|can you see the cable in the water in front of the ferry?|
|the ferry arrives, lowers the ramp, and the cars drive off|
|the cars are all loaded, and the ferry heads out|
The Brady E. Himmelman is 27 metres long and 12.8 metres wide and can carry 14 full-size cars. The ferry was named after Captain Himmelman, who carried on a family tradition of ferrying across the LaHave River. He retired in 1982.
|a view of the LaHave Bakery from the ferry...this is where the Flat People ate lunch|
|Flat Chris, Flat Luke, Ms Flat, and Flat Stella....don't fall in!!|
|in front of the cable that pulls the ferry across the river|
|Flat Chris, Flat Luke, Ms Flat and Flat Stella....please keep off the rail!!|
|arriving at the other side of the river|