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... that dot eastern Quebec, many of which were settled when Quebec still belonged to France and which have a strong French flavor to them. Very nice ride with lots of beautiful little towns with wonderful and well maintained old buildings. The only down side is that the speed limits of most of these town are 40 kph, so it is slow going to get 200 miles or so through them. We stayed the path, in spite of getting mis-directed ...
... been positive.
Our journey to Ontario was filled with a mixture of singing and quizzes. We played some traditional games and had readings from some random Psalms that we tried to think of choruses to echo any lines within the Psalm. Then we had 20 questions with Bible characters that Molly was so good at that Tom and I got fed up! This helped us to forget our bad morning in Quebec.
The bnb in Cornwall was a wonderful haven and as ...
... construction. Our GPS took us to a particular area and we then discovered the road Closed due to road maintenance and construction! Rats! Oh a detour and then we were on our way once again heading towards Cornwall to meet up with nephew Michael and his lovely wife Sylvie and their 4 kids. Trinity, Sienna, William and wee ...
... good show!! Which included Fireflies!!!
We were just a few miles from the Canadian border but...we still haven't crossed the border. This is another thing we have in common - being hesitant to cross the border!! 3 times we have been to the border & 3 times we haven't crossed over!! This time I really wanted to go because we were less than 75 miles from Montreal & the ...
... by chasing them in completely the wrong direction - perfect! I also learnt the hard way that sheep are not particularly patient when it comes to being fed and 27 hungry sheep plus a muddy field is a perfect recipe for me to end up being trampled...a few slips and slides and a lot of shoving (on both sides) and I manage to get enough grain down to distract them while I bolt for the fence. Who knew sheep had such a violent side?!