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Day 4, today, was from Matane to the village of Gaspe out near the tip of the peninsula.
The sun allowed the opportunity for many kodak moments, although sadly, many of the great sights could not be captured by my photo lens, as there just weren't safe places to pull over, especially with an extra 15 ft. tagging along. Around ...
Everything got well shaken up on the Hwy 134 coastal route on our way to Caraquet and Ken had to hold onto the steering wheel for dear life. Caraquet is a quaint Acadian town of approx. 4,000 people. Very French- signs are all in French and everyone is speaking French here - luckily almost all can speak English well too and are very friendly.We realize how little of our high school ...
... seemed so unique to them.
It was very cool last night with the temperature reaching 0 C. and there was quite a bit of frost on the ground. Hopefully this will help bring on the fall colors. We took a short walk across the covered bridge and took a few more pictures and then strolled through Routhierville. It was originally a train station but the station was now converted into a small house. Back to the truck and we were off to see ...
... came back out to the water at Chaleur Bay on the Gulf of St Lawrence. We found ourselves in the Atlantic time zone, while across the bridge over the bay Quebec stays on eastern time.
Black Point, New Brunswick is our home tonight with yet another gorgeous view over the water. Are we getting jaded about having a different waterfront location every night? Heck no! We are enjoying it very much.
PS very quiet here
Day 97 - 7156 miles so far
... Rimouski, dude it sucks!
The road 132 from Matane to l'Anse-Pleureuse is following the coast and it is breathtaking, honestly the landscapes are amazing with steep cliffs plunging in an ocean of ice and snow, frozen waterfalls and charming villages, it is a no-brainer and you have to try. This must be true for all seasons.