Auberge des Commandants
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Yup the sun came out and the skies cleared because we are leaving. Larissa and Andrea started out early on the return home , Rissa was driving straight through once again and we were stopping half way. Lunch again at Yum Yum for us , the girls continued on to the next stop at Tim. We stopped in Ristigouche at an old Acadian historical site on the way to Edmundston. The house was built in 1830. Once we were checked in at ...
Today we stopped by tante Rolande (JC's Mother's sister) her daughter Josee ((Arbour) and were there too visiting from St Julie so it was a nice visit. We watched a family video presentation made for Roland's 80th birthday and I took a few copies of the precious historical information . Across the street oncle Évariste ( her brother) has his apartment; one on his sons (Alain and ...
Our last day in Quebec Province, a place that has been full of surprises and marvels, had one more waiting for us. The little town of Perce sits on the eastern tip of the Gaspe Peninsula, and just a short distance offshore is the small island called Ile Bonaventure. A short boat ride took us past some interesting, very tall but narrow rocks (roches if you speak French) then on to ...
... there was another feast for the eyes.
Small towns nestled into the bays along the St. Lawrence which by now is so wide you can't see across it. The highway heads up inland from time to time only to return to the coast to find yet another town trying to impress with it's boardwalk, or picnic areas along the water, or Casse Croutes ...
... a beautiful dramatic cloud in the horizon over the mountains and 30mn later we drove right under it just to discover it was actually a snow storm which covered the road in no time and became dangerously slippery, the locals are driving really fast and as most Quebecois, don't understand the use of blinkers (f****ing annoying to say the ...