Travel Blogs from Drummondville
... is . . . how you say . . . 'broken!' No elevator, but we will help you with the bags. Bags? What about my wife? I knew Carol was not going to do that many stairs.
But, I decided to at least have a look at the place. It was much like what one might imagine a re-purposed monastery to be!! Older wooden stairs (quite wide though), with a turn between the floors . . . . The room was nice, with lots of ceiling ...
... stuff, going a short bike ride and just plain relaxing in a quiet marina.
Many boaters play with language to name their boats, including the French Canadians. Can any of my Francophone friends figure out the meanings of these boat names? ...
I watched the gently failing light from my single seat. I recognized the rise and fall of the hills across the St. Lawrence as we entered Quebec. It was very beautiful to see the sunset across the water. I couldn't read the stops we made along the way because my eyes were fighting the twilight lighting, as all non nocturnal beings ...
... shifted the winds from the north so today's temperatures and humidity are more pleasant. Sorel is at the start of the Richileau Canal which will be our next experience with locks as we turn the corner of our journey and head home via Lake Champlain and the Hudson ...
Hi, The first stage is done! 150km went OK the last part was a bit difficult. Had a little trouble finding my couch surfer, but all is good. Nice guy, and eating a lot right now. Most of the day there was a little breeze in the back so that made it easy :) Sunny and warm, but not to hot. Prefecture conditions for a long ride. Had ...
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