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... It appears that Archange Boisvert may not have made the first migration trip to Illinois, perhaps due to the younger children. (She is listed in 1851 census of Lotbiniere, Quebec, but not her husband, Joseph Marie Boisvert. However, 17 Joseph Boisverts are listed in this census.) Askankogwa Chaquier appears to be her Indian name. The Algonquins spoke 1 of 7 languages, and she probably spoke Cree. Somehow our ...
Today was to be another driving day but thankfully not as long as the previous day. Edmunston sat just in New Brunswick so it was about a 3.5hr drive to Quebec City where we were returning to for our flight out to Chicago. We got up about 9.30am so we had time to partake in the free breaky before 10am. We squeezed in some juice, cereal, yoghurt and tea before packing the car and heading off. On leaving the town of Edmunston (which was pretty ordinary, as I'm sure Rox ...
... 6x8 inch rather flat black zippered bag, suitable for travel documents, and perhaps something else. There had been no security check when we boarded the bus that morning.
Barb had said when we got to the station in Montreal, she was heading straight out ASAP. I decided I would lag behind him a bit and not have him behind me. I did manage to enter the station and reported my concerns to a security guard in the station. I described ...
Saturday 7th September: Slower morning – had a bit of look at the Montreal underground shopping network without getting lost, bus to the ship at 11am – a straight through process this time without any queueing. The Maasdam is a bit smaller than the Zuiderdam and is a newer ship.
We are ...
... her she'd have broken something for sure, probably her neck, there was no safety net that I could see. They had an act on that terrifying giant wheel that spins around while the acrobat runs on the inside of it, and then the OUTSIDE. So many times I thought he was going to fall, but I'm pretty sure that arm flailing and stumbling was part of the act. It was hard to get any decent photos as you weren't allowed to use flash (for obvious reasons) and I was a few rows back, ...