About 1,500 Americans Went On A Float Trip And Ended Up In Canada
High winds caused problems for this year's Port Huron Float Down participants.By Lauren Stephenson | August 23, 2016
Note to rafters: You might want to stay off the water if there are high winds, or you could end up in another country.
About 1,500 Americans learned that the hard way.
They got on their favorite floats with their favorite drinks on Sunday to float down the St. Clair River. The rafters planned to float from Port Huron, Michigan, to Marysville, Michigan, for the annual Port Huron Float Down. Instead, they ended up across the river in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada.