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In search of caffeine, we set off on the 132 "Est" and immediately spied a busy farmers market that lit up our eyes. Executing one of his famous u turns, Gary expertly maneuvered Wanda into the busy car park. The market was a tantalizing treat that sent us into sensory overload. Tables of rich red cranberries, piles of freshly picked orchard apples and pears, ruby red tomatoes and every colour of pepper imaginable. Corn, cabbage, and cauliflower all competed for ...
... out on the pontoons enjoying a beautiful, sunny fall day on the water. We saw that it was 28 degrees, and wished we were out there with a cold beverage as well. Huge barges steamed down the gently toiling river and there was activity everywhere. Screeching above our heads, the seagulls wheeled and turned, apparently after the influx of ladybugs that seem to be everywhere. As Gary gave Wanda her first, well deserved bath of the trip, Stella and I went for a ...
We decided to add a stop today and it was a short drive from Montreal to Trois-Riviers. It is the second oldest city in Quebec but it is not very large. The drive was picturesque, as usual, but we are now starting to see a hint of fall color in the leaves. We again noticed cathedrals everywhere. Does anyone know just how many Notre Dame churches/cathedrals there are in Canada? We ...
... favorite saints. Just a short walk from our campsite is a beach on the seaway and a pier going out into the water. This is the eastern end of a very wide area of the seaway, 16 km wide and 43 km long, that is designated a World Biosphere Reserve, preserving four types of habitat and all the creatures who live, breed and migrate through. It was fun reading the large info board on the pier to learn about this area, especially since the last time I ...
... to see a little bit of this town--BIG MISTAKE. Town is about 5 miles off the highway. Just as we exited, we saw a sign for Starbucks . . . 2 kilometers and one exit further. Well, maybe we'll find a Starbucks in town!!
As we approached town, we ran into one construction mess after another. Then, as we approached the downtown square, we spotted a Starbucks--so we got coffees. And then, we got to enjoy them ...