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... a glimpse of the ski hill at Mont St Anne through the slanting rain, and time for a bathroom break. The fall colors were shrouded in the foggy mist, as if we were moving through an impressionist painting. The Mercedes zoomed on through winding back roads and came down a very steep hill to the quaint town of Baie-St-Paul. It was probably busy and bustling on the past autumn weekend but on this rainy day ...
... we pulled off to the side of the road where we found a closed tourist center. I popped a couple Claritin's and we went for a little hike around the area because allergies sure as hell wont ruin the first day of our trip. I think in high season we would have paid for what we did that day. Instead we jumped a few flimsy fences and enjoyed walking a few short trails that led to under ...
... gusts to who knows what proved to make it interesting to just stay on the road in your lane. I think it may have been easier on the sidecar as it has more mass than Bill's RT and so held on better, but it was still a struggle. The temperature went down to 50 degrees at about 1000 but gradually warmed back up to 57 over the course of the day. The amount of roadwork being done only added to the fun, with frequent " Travouix Ahead" signs indication another wait of from 5 to ...
... road is fine. Stopped for a sandwich in St-Fidèle and later in La Malbaie which was a good decision because the sky looked very dark and when I stepped out of the supermarket it started raining. Thanks to smartphone and mobile internet I figured this would take a good half our to pass. Shelter in front of the supermarket while eating, very effficient. More climbing was waiting for me after lunch. Roads still wet but my bike rack kept my back dry at least. The wind was not as bad as ...
... Some brilliant scenery of the river and the sounding farming areas. We got to Quebec City and found a free car park close to the outside the old Quebec City (It's the only walled city north of Mexico). We walked past the Hotel du Parliament which is a really nice big old building, before entering the gates of the Old City. We walked around the old city looking at all the interesting buildings and apartment still ...