Econo Lodge St Liboire.
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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 ...
... to wait for two ships and a train or two, and we knew we would not reach our destination of Sorel for sure. We finally got through and headed out into the choppy waters and stronger current of Montreal's port. It was fun to pass La Ronde and watch the roller coasters full of screaming people, and we had a beautiful view of the city and Jacques Cartier bridge. We were a little nervous with our mast on the deck in the confused waters, and we were watching the large ships ...
... in their own words and handwriting. It might not matter to them now but it probably will in the next 10-20 years. Occasionally they have written more in depth or I got them to do poetry based on a place we went or a moment they enjoyed. But sometimes doing too much sucks the enjoyment out of the learning or seeing so we just roll with it instead.
We don't "do school" everyday. Some weeks we are busy for 3-4 days in a row, then we have ...
... 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 ...
... have another in a line of beautiful and comfortable homes. The addition with the spa pool is gorgeous and just as relaxing as the one in St. Marc. Darlene and I have had a lovely two days catching up and yakking about old times and now it's time to move on to our next stop...Laval and Deux ...