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... and heavy traffic!
We just did road side rests for snacking. It rained from Noon on. We did try to stop by Kingston, Ontario--a very historic town, having been the center for the military through the War of 1812 . . . until Toronto developed. We are planning on skipping Toronto on the way back (change of plans . . . we'd be coming trough on a Friday . . . just like the mess we were in on the way out), so ...
... stuff, going a short bike ride and just plain relaxing in a quiet marina.
Many boaters play with language to name their boats, including the French Canadians. Can any of my Francophone friends figure out the meanings of these boat names? ...
The 42 nautical mile run from Montreal to Sorel was easy and smooth...but we had to dodge or stay out of the way of the big container ships. There are three busy ports in this area for these big boys. Sorel appears to be a town to serve the shipping industry. ...
... avons décidé de reproduire la même chose pour l'Irlande, cette fois-ci en version bilingue pour les intérêts personnels du nouvel entourage de Julie. Même si on sait que ça vous a plu de nous lire, sachez qu'égoïstement, nous écrivons ce blog pour nous afin d'en garder un souvenir mémorable. Alors ne vous inquiétez pas si vous ne comprenez pas toujours nos "insides jokes"!
Maintenant... attaquons nos valises!
Thank goodness we (actually Tom) thought of a Plan B. The late winter storm did arrive in the Maritimes in full force, with snow, high winds, freezing rain and ice. All schools and flights in the Island have been cancelled for the day. Normally that's music to our ears, but today we're happily sitting in a warm hotel room in Drummondville, Quebec.
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