Hotel-Motel La Cote Surprise
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... 8217;t speak English and we didn’t do well in French. We took a couple of minutes to convince her that Mousse didn’t go to the bathroom on her lawn. After that we were on our way to the truck.
After we got back to the truck, we decided to head to Gaspesie, Quebec. We had heard it was an interesting town. When we got to the town, we noticed the main road was under construction and the ...
... But we got by. As far as communications at the campsite, we found that we do have a slow internet, a great phone signal, and two TV channels – both in French. That
should be interesting.
Tomorrow we will explore Perce. We were told that the tourist activities were still open. We’ll see.
Chuck and Sheila Noel & Mousse
The shoreline has changed. Sheer cliffs with the road balanced between the sea wall and the grey walls of rock. Continual layers wave and fold in abstract patterns of gray and silver. Dont think the light was right to do justice to the various shades. The layers obviously disintegrate regularly, with loose scree and chunks of rock lying at the base of the cliffs beside the road.
The sun was out, then it got mostly cloudy the rest of the day. It was perfect riding temperature, about 65F. It took us all day to go 150 miles today! And we were tired to boot. We went down any side road we saw that intrigued us. Our first stop was in 13 miles at the Miguasha National Park. It dates back to a British geological survey in 1842. But the real story here started in the Devonian period 360 million years ago. The fossils of the fishes were ...
Leg 8--3 Days-- Miles
Miles to Date--3911
Google Map Included--A to B 128 Miles, overnight at du Quai, B to C 86 miles, overnight at Mont Joli Petro Canada station, C to D 267 miles, arrive at Perce, QC
There are some new readers to the journal, so I wanted to explain OTFW. I always ...