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Rained all night & left in fog Visited the Fated wreck Empress of Ireland museum that sunk in 1914 with loss of 1012 in fog at Rimouski Walked seaside wooden Sculptures in St Luce & great fish lunch . Quaint town with multi-colored homes . Rain heavy Drove to camp Annie at Metis sur ...
... just the mornings which are still pretty tough.
... the receding tide had exposed a large expanse of rock that makes up the shallow shoreline here. While Kent relaxed enjoying the magnificent water views, I set out to explore the tidal zone and wade in the Seaway. The rock here is sedimentary, mostly shale with some layers of limestone, turned 90 degrees so that what we see are the edges of these thousands of layers of ancient sea floor.
We have had glorious weather, balmy evenings and as you can see below lovely ...
We didn't have access to Internet last night so tonight's blog will include both days. Yesterday we traveled all the way down the fjord to Tadoussac with out seeing any whales. It was a beautiful day and we got in before dark and picked up a private mooring. We called the owner and offered to pay for a nights mooring but he told ...
Here are some links to information about the cruise:
The Vessel (M/V Bella Desgagnés) (160 berths; 63 cabins):
Other places to stay in Rimouski
225 Boulevard Rene Lepage East, Rimouski | 4 star hotelfrom $129
155 Boulevard Rene Lepage East, Rimouski | 3 star hotelfrom $95
455 boul. St-Germain ouest, Rimouski | 2 star hotelfrom $101
130 Belzile Ave, Rimouski | 1 star hotelfrom $138