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... Gaspe Peninsula, our next destinations.
After the city tour, we lunched in the market area where outdoor restaurants are plentiful and enjoyed a glass of wine (Colleen) and a beer (Jim) while doing some people watching. We took a local bus back to Riley, packed up and were soon on the road headed over the bridge to Quebec. We drove a short 80 miles through rural Quebec countryside - rolling hills and forests of green. ...
Got up early so we could be at the Museum when it first opened at 9.30am. The driving wasn't that bad at that time even though it was at peak period. The museum was the called the Canadian Museum of History, and it took us 2 hours to walk through. We found the small display area on the reservation schools really interesting and sad all at the same time. After we were finished we walked across the ...
... technique where the marshmellows melt the chocolate - Beth called it an art form haha.
We also spotted Beth doing something strange so she had to explain... An old Canadian Superstition - when the smoke from the campfire is coming towards you you repeat over and over "I hate rabbits" and supposedly it changes direction of the smoke.
After spending a few hours by the fire we were ready to de-smoke and recharge for our long day tomorrow!
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... on the green slopes and walking a while on the stupid flat skier areas and we moved on to the blue runs.
I sneakily took everyone down a run that started green, but I knew turned black all the way to the bottom of the hill so woops... I heard about it all the way down but when we got to the bottom everyone was stoked to have completed a few blacks and they wanted to do a few more but it was the end of the day and ...
... decided to go back up the mountain. On our way back down we ran into the other three who had on their own accord decided they were ready to tackle the big mountain.
We did a run down with them and of course it was 3:30 so it was time to go home. On the way out Kellie bought a true Canadian treat which was a line of hot maple syrup poured in the snow and rolled onto a ...
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