Days Inn Ste-Helene-de-Bagot
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
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Monday - we leave late which is a good thing as heavy fog blankets the area - later, we are seeing more colour and it is lovely!
After about an hour on the road we are on the south shore of the St Lawrence and stop in Kamouraska - what a lovely area several small funky stores most of which are closed today (Monday) in fact it's not a good day for touring the shops I had 'starred' and the church - known for its ...
... time. We had a wonderful, calm , quiet evening and went to bed early. The next morning we were greeted with bird calls... and that's about it. We thought there would be fishing boats at least, but it seems no one moves in Contrecoeur before 11 am. We had made the decision to stay another night and try to figure out where our water leak was coming from. There was also a bit of oil, but the seals on the water pump had just been changed and we figured it just had to be ...
... that one...). Now that we are driving towards Prince Edward Island we are halfway through reading Anne of Green Gables out loud. Surprisingly Ben and Josh are both finding it funny and are listening. Hannah took to it right away. She sort of remembers seeing episodes of it on DVD 4 or 5 years back. We weren't reading it fast enough for her so she downloaded it to her kindle on her phone, read the rest of the first book and is now on her 5th book ...
... place, everything is
trimmed, flower pots everywhere, gorgeous lush green trees and
amazingly quick Wi-Fi. The showers are hot and we can ignore the
weird sulphur smell coming from the hot water so we'll stay another
day. Josh will appreciate having Wi-Fi on his birthday. It's a really
quiet campground but we would love to be able to use the pool and
hall. It's been raining on and off so being stuck ...
... into cider-laced crepes, soaked in maple syrup and filled with fruit and cheese and ham and asparagus and other tasty things, and laughed and chatted about the day and the adventure. And yes, it was an adventure. They all are. Even if the day's trip is only 30 minutes away, and didn't involve a plane ride to get there.
Next time, maybe we'll try some of the cider, too.