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Travel Blogs from Drummondville
... in Berthierville for lunch. Along the water front. The road were good,! Very good for Québec standards, if it will be like that the next couple of days it won't be a pain in the butt! We just had an overdose of vegies, salade, chicken and fruits. Now relaxing a bit. Edit: see ride stats here: http://www.strava.com/activities/159767 ...
... for the night. So here we are, stormstayed in Drummondville.
The weather is slowly clearing, but there are still high winds and drifting outside. Today, we'll pack up and drive to Montreal, board our flight to Paris and then on to Spain. We can't wait for some sun and warmth.
Stay safe and warm today, we're thinking of you all,
Love Fran and Tom xx
... the people who ran the farm and the cheese shop that has a constant line-up of customers waiting patiently to buy these tasty cheeses. Jeff and I agreed that a stop to this cheese farm should be included in our year of travel.
Fromagerie du Presbytère is located in the village of Saint-Élizabeth de Warwick (near Richmond Quebec – about 2 ½ hrs east of Montreal). A very small farming community, ...
... I had been wearing since Frederickton.
I stopped for gas along the way. I was out in the countryside so I made sure to look for big, well-positioned signs figuring that would be an indicator of a truck stop or other large facility where I could take a break, use the restroom and recharge a bit. I saw a big, well-painted Esso sign and pulled off the freeway. When I got to the top of the ramp, all I saw was a tiny, dumpy two-pump island in the middle ...
...Hi Folks - Its Nibi, on here making my usual celebrity appearance - this time in E (for Electronic) form....first time, slightly nervous but all is cool ;)
So driving from Shediac to Toronto is fairly easy - you don't reallllly need a map or GPS....Just follow the highway with the maple leaf sign (for my Brit friends, this is the Trans Canada Highway - a highway that cuts right through Canada allowing people to get of at various cities - and by ...
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