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... up the mountain and then down the other side and then you have to get back to where you parked which means back up the mountain and down the otherside. The terrain was hard, the views were magnificent and my calves were killing me. It was maybe 5degreesCelsius outside so it was a fun game of taking off layers while we were going up the mountain, stopping for breaks and having our sweat freeze to put layers back on, and then taking layers back off when trudging down ...
... we scored a great place (minus the biting black flies!) where we were able to park both our trailers on the same site and with room for the screen tent too. Once we were all set up Jim didn't waste any time starting his charcoal for the feast he and Kerry were making. Chili with biscuits! Jim has these cool 'Lodge' pots where you can put charcoal bricks beneath the pot and it all cooks ...
... right beside the lighthouse, sheltered a bit from the wind. This was a good lunch because it included beer :) and Debbie needed one. Unfortunately we didn't get to see any whales but we sure did see a lot of seagulls diving for their lunch. We also explored the rock formations with the strips of 200 million year old lava rock. On the other side of Baie Trinite was a big, beautiful beach with a low tide so we did some beach ...
... whale go by the bay! He wasn't up to putting on a show for us-we just caught a couple of glimpses of him. By this time we wanted to lay some tracks to our next destination, Godbout, the town from where we will be taking the ferry over to Matane on Wednesday. The scenery was just beautiful, a lot of it reminded us of our trek across Newfoundland. A lot of the vegetation and views of the St. Laurent river were the same. Once we landed in Godbout, we ...
Day started out sunny and we hit rain at 4 pm near Matane, a very french town on coast Gaspe. Found a lovely B & B for the night. And walked into town to local pub to sample the local beer and pizza. The drive along the Gaspe is beautiful, every small village and town has an enormous Catholic Church and they all ring there bells on the hour, reminds me of Europe. Everyone speaks some English and if not we use our Tarzan french( very primitive with the game of charades in ...