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... homes that backed onto the river with gardens full of rioting hydrangeas, fall mums, and huge expanses of grass. Small farms with confused, or maybe excited roosters crowing were stressful for Stella and she pulled on her leash with fierce determination. She likes "her people" to be together and is not happy when we are away from Gary. The bridge over the river to Trois Riverie loomed over us as we approached and it was really amazing to look down on all the ...
... five or six already.
Our plan was to visit the oldest forge in Canada but when we got there it was closed for the season. Because it was raining we did visit one more Notre Dame Cathedral and then did a driving tour of the city. No pictures were taken today because of the poor weather conditions. Tomorrow we'll do a short drive to Quebec City and the weather is reported as being much ...
... 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 ...
... a lot of construction. After we got through that, we encountered a very busy farmer's market and some other festival. We decided it best to head for the exit and Highway 401. As we approached the 401 . . . the Est (east) entrance was closed--CONSTRUCTION! . . . and no info on a detour. But, eventually we figured it out!
Carol didn't think much of my flirtation with history!! That lost us about 45 minutes ...
... 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? ...