Gite Toutes Saisons Bed & Breakfast
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... crossed over the bridge from the province of Quebec to the province of New Brunswick at Campbellton, and proceeded to our motel at Petit-Rocher (about 20 km from Bathurst). The ride in New Brunswick was nice, very light traffic and quite good roads
Next Destination: Pictou, Nova Scotia, and we will first ride through New Brunswick and then the province of Prince Edward Island, where will take a ferry to Nova Scotia
... parking" we decided to boondock there for the night. Just after we settled into our "camp spot" a tour bus arrived and the entire load of passengers got off to take a picture of the bridge so we realised it was a special spot we had discovered. But to our surprise they also all lined up to take pictures of our truck and trailer. It was fun to watch Bev waving to them through the window as they took the pictures. We assumed they were a tour group from Europe ...
We woke up around 2 am, hearing what I at first thought was wind, but turned out to be waves lapping at the rocky shore just below our front wheels. By the time we got out of bed a few hours later we saw the tidal zone exposed again. One last walk and photo shoot along the tide pools, then off to New Brunswick and points south.
We cut across the Gaspe Peninsula through what is the northern most portion of the Appalachian Mountains. At Campbellton, New ...
... and maybe even get a quick hike in, but we would replace the camping with a warm stay at Posts tonight. And so we parted ways as the route through the park would take us off of the main highway shortly and add about 2 hours to the drive. Or so we thought.
Park National de Gaspesie is a mountainous area full of wildlife including herds of Cariboo, something that you don't normally find this far south. We were excited. As we ...
... was. Richard and I wanted to see the man made
hatchery in operation. Eg. a salmon hatched in the Jacquet River will return as an adult and spawn only in that river. By the 1990s the salmon gene pool for the Jacquet River was almost extinct. Since the implementation of this conservation effort, the salmon population in the Jacquet River has increased substantially.
I told Richard to turn off at Hwy 257 to go under Hwy 11 and go ...