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... since its confrontation with my SUV. Then it's back to Ottawa for some time to gather my thoughts, and figure out where I go from here.
The current thought is that I'd depart with my little wandering buddy in tow at the beginning of August to head across Canada to Vancouver, and then mid-October to head down the west coast to San Diego, some weeks in Palm Dessert and then across the US South to get back to Ottawa at ...
... conquered navigating through the strongest storm I've faced in a foreign surrounding. I am sure I have grown from this. At least I have achieved something today, felt satisfied.
Walking out of the shower room, I realised the rain has already stopped (so abruptly). Well, maybe this is just one of the training session someone up there gave me. I passed right? :P
It is ...
... headed out to a park and spent a few really nice hours playing in the river at the foot of this amazing waterfall and now we are getting ready to sit down and watch a movie together. And guess what, I got through it. Somewhere, and I can't tell you where, the feeling no longer dictated my day. Somewhere it dissipated. No doubt it will return eventually, but that is okay, because truth is truth no matter how I am feeling.
... that are still around for tourists to see.
We continued to drift with the crowds of people who were there for the festival. We moved into shops in intervals when the outside heat and humidity got too much for us. I especially was feeling tired, hot and bothered quite early on.
We stumbled across a band that was playing with free admission, and we both liked the sound of the instrumental music and so we entered ...
... than most Cathedrals we've visited which allowed better visibility of the artistic details. Its majesty just brings you to your knees.
We stopped at a copper artworks and met the daughter of the original artisan who made the copper doors for almost all of the Quebec churches. She discussed the art and craft of working in copper. Beautiful pieces, especially those that are still in possession of the family. We viewed all sorts of art and ...