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Travel Blogs from Perce
... only 30 minutes to get down. We returned to camp and took a well needed shower. By the time we returned Debbie and Jim had returned from their grocery shopping. The plan for lunch was to fry up some breaded mackerel and a salad. But that wasn't enough for Jim, oh no, he wanted to make cornbread in his 'lodge' pot. Well, what another feast we had. The mackerel was very tasty and the cornbread turned out great, and it made a huge portion. We'll be eating ...
... the waterfall. It was really cool, I had never seen a waterfall covered in living moss! Just spectacular. Then it was all uphill with a couple more views of the waterfall. When we got back to the campground we continued onto the next campground and the end of the road, at Cap-Bon-Ami. We were high up on the cliffs with beautiful views of the end of the Gaspe peninsula. We could see the nesting spots of the cormorants, and we watched the gannets as they dove into ...
... we came to a place where the road dipped inward a bit around a cove, in the little village of Mont-St.-Pierre. With the low mountains and the way the sea breeze blew, this is a popular place for kiting. We stopped and watched some and visited a boutique. Well, Carol checked out the boutique first; I went to a cantine to get something to eat. The cantine was nothing fancy, but when I looked at the menu, they had 'hot dog' and 'hot ...
... at a campground in Forillon National Park near the tip of the Gaspe Peninsula where we had a glimpse of the Gulf out our back window. Our campsite was a five minute walk to the beach - so isolated and peaceful.
We toured Forillon National Park this morning (Thursday) and are enjoying clear weather. We are at the end of the peninsula and will soon be starting our journey around the southern side.
Au Revoir for now!
... Bonnaventure to see the Gannet colony.
So we have heard since being on Cape Breton that the Gannet numbers have been down ever since the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, the place where they winter. More connections for us all to think about. I am sure we will hear more about this tomorrow when we head out on a boat once again to stand in one of the largest Gannet colonies in the world. ...
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