Auberge Le Vieux Presbytere de Bouctouche
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... last feed or sleep before headkng to Boulder. Fishing nets out to dry, lobster/crab pots waiting for next season. Herons wading in the estuaries, assorted birds swimming, feeding, flying around. Road kill of porcupines, racoons and some skunks. And the trees, ever changing, always impressive, ever so many photos.
Wednesday morning - we're waiting for the BaieComeau-Matane ferry - another beautiful day
the ferry holds 800 cars and again, several large transport trucks are on board with us - the
drivers have a special lounge ?!! - the boat is not full but busy and we have an excellent capuchin (according to the coffee aficionado) -- smooth sailing -
However the big excitement while waiting is a pickup truck which ...
... we could and then motored/paddled back. The canoe had a little motor for nice cruising! The water was so calm it was a super easy paddle. After lunch we stopped in town to see about getting our rim/tire fixed. The local garage thankfully can order us in a new rim for tomorrow, so tomorrow afternoon we have to take the car in for repair. It's supposed to be 31 degrees ...
We had a leisurely start to the day leaving camp around 10 and stopping to check out the beautiful, sandy beach and a visit to the 'Woodchuck's' shop of carvings and collectables. The wood carver was a very interesting (read eccentric) man, but he did some amazing work. He did wall carvings the size of paintings. They were 3 dimensional, each one telling a story. He had one piece that had about 9 frames to ...
... longest day of the year meant that we still had at least a few more hours of sunlight. We unpacked our new Ticla tent (which we love), sleeping bags, ground pads and cooking gear. We then made a fire and prepared a delicious meal of macaroni and cheese, sausages, peas and onions. Boy was it tasty. So tasty, in fact, that it wasn't long after sun down that we attracted two hungry raccoon friends who promptly absconded with our trash bag. We retrieved the majority of ...