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A humpback named Snow White Awoke this morning to find the sunny day had been delivered at last. Unfortunately as we were going whale watching this afternoon I was dressed in long sleeve shirt and jeans! No such thing as wrong weather they tell me just the wrong clothes. Grateful for it though as we boarded the boat in St Catherines Bay some 130 miles NE of Quebec as there was a fair wind and the temperature was a lot cooler ...
... 5 cruise ships in dock so the whole place was heaving and the tour busses were all booked up. so we wandered by the castle and had a ride on the Funiculaire which is steep cliff railway which deposited us in amongst more shops. We stopped for lunch and headed back to the hotel. Off into the wilds again tomorrow with whale watching on the agenda, hope they prove to be less elusive than the moose. Still no ...
... along with a gas station.
We ate Salt and Vinegar chips - Kettle brand which is hugely popular and everywhere here. We tried to manage transactions in French but after bonjour we couldn't understand - "is that everything?" Then it would be "do you want a sack?"
We listened to the comedy station to keep us entertained. Nick still got tired. But we made it!
Our airbnb host would be absent so we followed ...
... scenery (where dogs are not allowed) and saw two Caribou. We kept on driving until we ended up in Sacre Coeur, about two hours from Baie Comeau. The motel was pretty good for being in the middle of nowhere, except Bogie hogged too much of the bed. After showers and shakes, we set-off along the shores of the St Lawrence and completed our provisions shopping in Baie Comeau by ...
... to the last blog) has to be told. The French had established themselves high on the cliffs overlooking the St Lawrence River at the narrowest part. They controlled the timber and fur trades and were becoming richer. As usual the British wanted to take control and Major General Wolfe was sent to 'take Quebec'. After a lengthy siege and earlier attempts, he used the tide to take his ships and men behind Quebec and 'scale' the cliffs'. On ...
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