Hotel le Manoir
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- Continental Breakfast
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... beside the water. There we were entertained by some kite-surfers. We could have stayed there for hours watching. So cool! We just past a sign indicating that your car could be over taken by a wave! Our next pitstop was Monts des Pierres, where hopefully we would be camping somewhere halfway decent, because the last few campgrounds we drove past were basically just open parking lots beside the ...
... right beside the lighthouse, sheltered a bit from the wind. This was a good lunch because it included beer :) and Debbie needed one. Unfortunately we didn't get to see any whales but we sure did see a lot of seagulls diving for their lunch. We also explored the rock formations with the strips of 200 million year old lava rock. On the other side of Baie Trinite was a big, beautiful beach with a low tide so we did some beach ...
Boy did we all sleep well. Kerry was up first at 7:30. I was up by 8:15 but when it was getting close to 8:20 he was getting worried about Debbie and Jim. We didn't hear or see them yet! Thankfully they got up by 8:30. Even after a big breakfast of bacon and eggs we were on the road by 11:00 heading towards Godbout. We stopped at Cap-de-Bon-Desir at Les Bergeronnes at an interpretation centre, hoping to spot some whales. Well we weren't disappointed. ...
... comfortable range of about 350km. I pulled up to the house and was amazed with how much gear Jo had packed. I made a wide aluminium plate for the back of his bike as well, and a plate to mount his Rotopax vertically underneath the right side soft luggage. The Givi pannier rack on the left side sticks out further from the bike because of the left side exhaust, so the Rotopax actually balances the side bags. He's got a new Wolfman Tank bag that I would like ...
... and pipes etc on the interior of the huge dam but it really wasn't my scene. We also saw a seal and a dolphin out on the bay.
On the way back our guide took us through the pleasant town of Baie-Comeau.
Our evening entertainment was the Liar Club, in which a 4 man team of the crew give their definition of the most impossible words and it is our job to select the right one. It was the ...