Hotel Le Comte
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Man, we all work like well-oiled machines! We were all showered, taken down and pulling out of the campground by 6:45, just like planned. Once onto the ferry we were all hungry so we had a nice hot breakfast. We all went back up to the outdoor deck and Debbie received a text from father-they were heading to Truro because uncle John was taken to the hospital. We are sitting here worrying about him ...
... Of course today Jim decided to not bring his first aid kit along. While Jim and I went to the depanneur to buy a bag of ice, Debbie and Kerry went to the waters edge to clean her scraped knee with cold, salty water. Thankfully we were not far from our campsite so we returned there to clean Deb up. Our next destination was a lighthouse near Baie Trinite. Once we arrived to what looked similar to Peggy's Cove, we carried our ...
... to the only campground, with our fingers crossed that there would be room for us. What a nice find for a private campground. We opted for non-serviced sites so that we had more privacy. When Jim went to get water from the tap next to his site he noticed the lamp post had an electrical outlet! So he went and plugged in his bright yellow extension cord! We had another wonderful meal with Kerry grilling steaks over the fire-he really is good at ...
... we need a large tarp, a small fold-up chair and table after a long days ride. I managed to strap these on over both panniers to keep the load as low as possible. This looks foolish. I wonder how Jo has packed his GS?
Moncton NB to Bay Comeau PQ
July 6th 2014
Well off we go. I need fuel, but I think I will wait to sync up with Jo. Jo's GS is more economical than the Versys but I have a bigger tank, so we have about ...
Baie-Comeau is another coastal port in Quebec and we were fortunate that it was pleasant dry weather for once. For some reason we had chosen to go on a tour called Manic 2, which was to a hydro-electric power station. The most enjoyable bit was the trip out to see it as we passed lots of lovely wooded areas in which the trees are starting to turn the lovely reds and browns of fall. Stefan enjoyed seeing all ...