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... 160;Whether it's been retained is anyone's guess. The first few days provided more lessons learned that I'll ever tell, and I'm sure I've many ahead. But isn't challenging yourself what it's all about? After Prolite sent me on my way, feeling like a new driver with my first licence, I tootled down the freeway to a perfect campground for a newbie, the KOA in Levis. And by tootled, ...
... slap bang in the middle of old town and visible from most of the city. We had driven in and parked just outside the city walls, then walked into and around the old quarter, which cannot be much more than a square mile in size. It doesn't have the grid like street structure that nearly everywhere else in North America has, and that alone makes it feel more European. But the relative lack of cars, the outdoor café's and of course the French accents give Quebec a decidedly European ...
... was a lot like Plains, Trains, and Automobiles, except we would call it Planes, Metros, Busses, Taxis, and Tired Feet.)
We stayed at Hotel le Concorde, which was by far the nicest place we stayed, even if we had to share double beds. We checked in and dropped off our luggage. We had about an hour to grab lunch before our walking tour, so we grabbed some Quebecois "fast food" at Chez AshTon's (I was the only one who didn't have ...
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 ...