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We left on Tuesday morning for a trip up the St. Lawrence to the Saguenay river. We had a fairly early start -- maybe 9am, and we drove along the northern coast of the St. Lawrence as it widens and widens. The views from the highway are excellent and we went through towns like Baie St. Paul, La Malbaie, and an an area called Les Eboulements. All of this was lovely - it was a cool day and we had dressed in long pants and fleece and we were comfortable. We stopped in St. Simeon to pick ...
... I was peeling it off as I could not bear the heat. I was heading in a northeastern direction along the shores of the St. Lawrence River. The ride was scenic, there are many small towns and villages that line the road. I really appreciated this fact. The heat and general wear and tear over the trip has been making my right knee swell a little and I find my self having to straighten my leg in regular intervals. So I appreciate the 50km/hr zones, as I just stand up on the pegs and ...
... get all excited when he said "fluuuuuuuuuke".
For the ride back we decided to head inside to warmer conditions. The lower level of the boat had floor to ceiling glass panels and tables where you could relax. Since all tables were already occupied we chose one that had an older gentleman sitting alone, and asked if we could join him. He graciously agreed and we slid down to the end of the booth. Soon after, an adorable little girl and her ...
... the Confederation Bridge. The DJs on the radio kept warning us about the overnight gas increase of .065c per liter, so we kept a sharp eye out for 'cheap' gas. I had heard that the gas prices in Quebec were higher, and sure enough, the local price is .11c more per liter than it was in New Brunswick...that is like a .38 a gallon increase! Again, I will think twice before I complain about our gas prices.
Before leaving PEI ...
Yesterday, Tuesday the 9th, we went for a nice run in the morning. The weather was cool and the plains of Abraham was a good place to get some exercise while the kids lounged around in the apartment. We got home, rested, had an early lunch and headed out to St. Ann de Beaupre. This is a beautiful basilica -- one of three dedicated to St. Anne in the world. St. Anne, of course, is Jesus's Bubbe and the patron saint of sailors. The chapel was the 4th or 5th building on the ...
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