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We had a relaxing morning at the campsite and then did a short walk before we were on the road at 11:30. Again we decided to take a route along the river rather than the freeway. It was a longer route, time wise, but that was what we wanted. It went through quite a few small towns which we would have bypassed, and we had many beautiful views of the St. Lawrence. The river is very wide at this point and it was often difficult to see the other side. ...
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 ...
... at a campground just north of Bouctouche. It was another private, parking lot style of campground but at least we could have a campfire. Jim's GPS says we should be an hour and a half to the PEI bridge. Oh, I forgot to mention we stopped for groceries and a liquor store run, because god forbid we have run out of wine! I won't tell you how many bottles we started the trip with, ...
... was too late of notice, there was traffic, or it was on the wrong side of the road. Bummer! But, there were some municipal stops (called, Halte Municipal) . . . I stopped at one and took some pictures.
We knew we were likely to be separated in the construction traffic, and stops that one or the other of us wanted to make, so we agreed to rendezvous a few kilometers from where Quebec ends and ...
... was not much ... I wondered if it was because more and more things come in plastic or because we don't litter as much and then I just got excited when I found a piece or two. The rocks on the beach seemed so different from home-- mostly in variety of colours. I sure wish I knew more about the kinds of rocks I look at. We were, of course, always in search of the heart-shaped rocks. Just a lovely, albeit a little cold, walk to end the day.