Auberge Des Iles
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It's time to leave the fishing lodge mid morning and I jump in the back of an off road buggy with two of Emily's sisters and her brother for the ride back to Emily's parents. That afternoon we visit Emily's grandmother again and she prepares an amazing lunch for us including a blueberry, maple syrup ice cream and sponge ...
I meet Emily's parents, Paul and Danielle before they head to work. Sophie (Emily's sister) has dropped off her two year old son Elliot and we spend the morning playing with him before meeting with one of Emily's friends and taking her dog for a walk along the river. Afterwards we visit Emily's 84 year old grandmother in the next town. That evening more of Emily's family arrive Katie and Mathew, Annie and Yuan Marcel and ...
First stage is through the park and to Quebec! The weather is great here; no snow and nice roads. Well, the Laurentien Park was great; clear, dry roads. No traffic in Quebec and great chicken at St. Hubert's. Thirty minutes outside of Quebec we were greeted with Mother Nature at her finest; major snowstorm! We followed and are continuing to follow the red tail lights ahead of us . We are taking it slow and thinking ADVENTURE! Poor Luc who is driving and me often saying ...
... us a ticket that allowed us to come back the next day. The zoo is set up into different environments, such as Asia, mountains and included some fantastic animals. We watched the polar bears receiving a snack and swimming underwater, we saw an Amur tiger and her cubs, wolverine, grizzly bears, porcupines sleeping in trees, a snoozing beaver, amongst others. That night we stayed in a hotel and we were pleasantly surprised to find a jacuzzi ...
... scenic sites in the area. The Saguenay area is beautiful being in a fjord of the Saguenay river into the St Lawrence. The hills leading down to the water remind me of the Cascades, by that I mean they are covered in green fir and broad leaf trees with rock outcropping's every where. It was like someone flooded the Puget Sound basin up to the Cascades. In the Saguenay area it self the land was dotted with farmlands adding to a very cozy countryside.
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