Econo Lodge Pembroke
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... colourful reflecting the local scenery. She paints outdoors capturing the beauty of the land even paints while sitting in a canoe!!
Barb and I purchased some of her works which were repeated on cards.
We took a detour for a look at Joyce's new log home they had just built. I think I could settle in here!!!
We then were off again to see a local theatre ...
... was another story. They had a bakery - all cooked on site, a gorgeous gift shop, a well decorated interior with padded booths, and a side for the truckies the same but having phone connections that they could use.
The full menu of anything from sandwiches to full plates of freshly on site cooked turkey and veg etc. We all had the turkey open burger - fast friendly efficient staff and spotlessly clean washrooms.
Finished lunch on our way ...
Saturday, Renfrew has a farmers market so we went and saw the small town goodies of 8 vendors. We saw everything in 4 minutes:))They were having a special event for hospice and were selling Bacon sandwiches and strawberry shortcake. I settled on the shortcake and it was yummy!!
We had our very first flat tire, on the camper in all our travels. Got the tire off with some help of fellow campers and took it in for repair. So all is well!!
On to Montreal ...
... The town is very old with lots of run down buildings, it wasn't very impressive. We started to walk around the town but there were so many mosquitos which didnt make the walk enjoyable at all so we jumped back in the bus to tour the rest.
We returned back to our hostel to have lunch. After lunch we decided to go for a canoe down the river. We spent a good hour or so canoeing around and ...
... one of the problems of motorcycle touring with no cell phone, GPS or other technical gadget...you can't carry a map for everyplace but you don't always want the trappings of modern society, either. I wandered around and eventually found a parks building staffed with some teenagers. I asked them for directions and they gladly found me a brochure with a rudimentary map in it and showed me where I was and what I needed to do get back to 17.