Historic Pittston Farm
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Guy was our guide and he was magnificent, making the city and its past come alive. The time passed so quickly! Montmorency Falls and the legend of the minor falls called bridal veil falls where a young woman through herself off the cliff on the day of her wedding because her fiancé had been killed. There is a cable car ...
Cold! We walked a little and found a cafe and sat and watched the world go by. It is a pretty city, full of narrow streets. I walked around after our coffee and Julie returned to the ship. Cannot recall what I was looking for, but I did not find it! Instead I found out who Lester Pearson was and connected that to the reason for the Toronto airport name. He was a government official who played a significant role in the establishment of the United ...
... tell?” I answer.
“I can’t see anything without my glasses.” She waves at her face to demonstrate that there aren’t any there.
“Hey, do you know what double blazes mean?” Zan asks. “We keep seeing them and can’t figure it out.”
“No, I have no idea what they mean. I just ignore them.”
Then she continues on her way, plugging her white ear buds back into her ears so she ...
Maine it is. Lots of Moose Xing signs, but so far the only moose we see hangs on the front of our truck, a little brass one. the folks in our CG said they saw one (real) recently while hunting for partridges, so we will be vigilant. Today we traveled onto Greenville, the hub for the Moosehead Lake area. A surprisingly large town for such a remote area. We took a nice one hour ride on the refurbished lake steamer, the Kathadin. Unfortunately, the tour lasted three ...
The drive up towards Quebec was pretty with pine trees lining the roads and lakes everywhere. There were hundreds of warning signs for moose, even signs with flashing lights, but unfortunately we didn't see one.
We decided to break up the drive to Quebec by stopping in the tiny town of Jackman, just before ...