Perce Au Pic de l'Aurore
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... our hike we stopped quickly in the town Gaspe before making out way to Perce. We didn’t spend much time in any of the towns except to stock up and gas up, it’s the scenery that really makes the drive worthwhile. Chris and I wanted to move into every house. They are all perfectly colorful, alone on cliffs, looking out into the sea. I can’t even properly describe how each one had its own personality and feelings and history. ...
This morning in PEI was beautiful with sunshine and a temperature of about 65 degrees. We loaded up and headed out to the Gaspe Peninsula taking the scenic route along the southern shore of PEI. We soon found ourselves crossing the Confederation Toll Bridge ($18 for motorcycles, including sidecars) which is a very long and very impressive span of bridge back into New Brunswick. ...
... of the shipboard portion of our trip! We said our goodbyes and handed him our 'envelopes.' All the servers (3 of them) pool their tips.
The ship got in a little early and there were few cabin passengers remaining, so disembarking was pretty easy. The weather was shaping up to be a beautiful day as the haze lifted in the morning sun. We gassed up, I got some additional Canadian funds from an ATM, we got a fresh go-cup of ...
After Sherbrooke Village I headed up the east coast of New Brunswick and back into far eastern Quebec, the Gaspe Peninsula ... which has lots of trees. Windy roads. And lots of francophones.
Interesting enough, but no pictures worth spit and ...
... to see the Gannet colony, and were taken with this small jewel in the Bay of St. Lawrence.
Today we drove in and were amazed at what 14 years has meant to this place-a boom all around the tourism associated with the water, and the Gannets. Many campgrounds and too many motels to count, broken up only by boutiques and places to hire whale watch and boat rides to the Providential Park on ...