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... that felt good.
We drove for hours through back country today, from Bangor and NE to Quebec. Maine never disappoints me. And this ride was lush with dark green spruce trees and pine trees, maples and delicate white birch along the highway…well…not exactly highway. For the most part, we were on back country roads, following the Kennebec River, weaving our way through small towns, where there is often nothing more ...
... moved locations and within seconds caught a nice little rainbow trout. My go next and i waited and waited and waited until i finally got a hook up! We donated out fish to charity and called the festival quits for the day.
We finished and walked passed the stunning parliament building and found a restaurant who's food rivalled the best meals i've ever eaten. So delicious. After dinner we kicked on back to the hotel to catch some shut ...
... a lot more like a sparkling apple juice rather than a distinctly typical cider. The next stop on out tour was the park at Rue St Paul which fronted the Cote Du Palais Train Station. The main station for Quebec these buildings were also beautiful and built in a very classic style. We sat in the park taking a rest from our walking tour while listening to the huge fountain in front of us and eating our fresh market strawberries. From here further walking took us out of old town and ...
Imagine it as.. making rice-castles... hahaha
Everyone is so busy, but everyone is still happy and Marta and Felix can still seem so loving even in this stressful time. I am amazed.
Normally, under stress and time, many couples will start being angst, snappy and complaining.
Outside the Kitchen
Finally, the guest are done with dinner.
I love the atmosphere at the wedding.
Everyone is dressed in bling bling ...
... the Reserve – As they say here “C'est la vie.” The next morning we headed towards Quebec City after packing away wet gear but landed short as we settled into an almost empty Parc national de la Mauriere just north of Trois-Rivieres. Woke to more rain and packed away a wet tent fly again. But Canadian National Parks have a great feature – shelters ...