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The next adventure for Steinbeck and Charley happened upon the 29th of September.Steinbeck and Charley finally reached the top of Maine and came to an area that was called Aroostook County Maine.In this part of Maine,Steineck and Charley had a meal with some canadians who would help out for the harvest times.During this time Steinbeck met and enjoyed his time with a group of people called the ...
... years if protected from it! The first one we came across was the Green River No. 3 near Boniface, built in 1925, it is 59 meters long! The second covered bridge was a little more difficult to get to and much to Bill's dismay we had to take Winnie down a gravel road for several kilometres but it was well worth the trip to lay eyes on Quisibis River No. 2 at Sainte-Anne-de-Madawaska! A newer bridge from 1951 and only 17 meters! On the way back to the ...
Today, I met some Canucks that came down to pick potatoes. I sent Charley over to scout them out and meet them. I shared a bottle of Cognac with the adults and made friendly conversation with them in the Rocinante. They were interested in Charley's French origins. I left the bottle in their camp the next day as a memento.
... cities and villages across this stretch of highway far exceeded our expectations. We did lots of “wows” and “did you see that”.
When we got to Saint Leonard, we detoured about a mile and crossed the St. John River into Van Buren, Maine, USA to get diesel fuel which was about a $1 per gallon less than Canada. Since we had some fruit and vegetables that ...
... to the upper town (Haute Ville), where we watched a street performer in front of the funicular station.
We had lunch at a restaurant in Old Town. Nadine and Silvio split a bowl of delicious French Onion Soup as an appetizer. Toby tried it (first just the melted cheese, but then also the onions and broth) and liked it too.
After lunch, Silvio led us on a walking tour of Old Quebec, ending at the Citadel. We took the funicular back down to the port and arrived ...