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... an enclosed cabin. John and George were the Grumpy Old Men and we had a great time talking with them. We rafted with them in the second lock and they decided they wanted to raft with us that night when we anchored. Lies de la Paix was the spot we picked to anchor just off the channel. We invited John and George to our boat for drinks and dinner. We had a great evening of conversation and enjoyed each others ...
... eating leaves off the underbrush was a young moose. His body was probably 10 feet long, probably 8 feet tall, with a huge rake of antlers covered by the dark soft fur. We watched for a long time as he (?) ambled through the brush, seemingly unconcerned about the group of people collecting along the trail. Abe and I have both only seen a moose one other time in our lives; the kids had never seen one. Ultimately we decided to keep walking, and enjoyed a very nice ...
Just a few thoughts about today. We had a pretty lazy day, stayed late in the apartment and then wandered out to see a Brazilian percussion group. That was disappointing but we had fun at the "science" tent in the kids area of the festival where we built a tiny boat and it held over 100 marbles. Our design was really good and stable. After ...
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Take it hip to hip rocket through the wilderness
Around the world the trip begins with a kiss
Tuesday 2nd April we drove from Boston to Quebec City in Quebec, Canada, which is about a seven hour drive. Now I'm a nervous passager at the best of times, especially since our accident last year, so driving on the other side of the road, snowing with poor visability and signs in French (once we crossed the boarder) made for a long drive. Of course having three children in the back had nothing to ...