Final Day Canal Walk.

     On the final day of the canal walk, we started out in Ottawa.  We walked east and west along the site of the canal.  For the most part the canal bed is dry.  We passed by the toll house.  This is apparently the last surviving one.  We made our way to the aqueduct over the Fox River.  During its history, this carried the water of the Illinois Michigan Canal, a wagon bridge and an electric railway.
    We then traveled to the small town of Seneca.  The Canal here is dry.  We took pictures of the Hogan Grain Elevator.  Thus ended our travels.

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