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Today it's cool a grey again but the rain has stopped for a bit so it was time to go to Percé. My family is from that area and I hoped to see aunt Winifred ( she was married to my mother's brother Elmer). They had 15 children -10 of them live on they same street in the Ste George Malbaie area, 25 mins from the rock. We had a nice time in Percé, a great seafood lunch at a ...
... nots, others flowers in pinks not to mention blooming lilac bushes, Japanese roses that have an incredible fragrance, and all against a lush green carpet.
4. Our July 4 – bbq hotdogs and a potluck. The whole group spontaneously broke into “God Bless America” prior to enjoying our typical holiday meal.
5. In earlier times, land here was all ...
... and cold. Not ideal for going out on a boat. We were given large yellow rain jackets, and we set out on our french cruise which we didn't understand. We did manage to see some whales. At this time of year they are solo before they migrate south to give birth, so I don't know if it was the same whale that we kept seeing or different, but we only saw 1 type. I had been hoping to see a blue and a humpback which I didn't get to see, but we saw a fin whale, the second largest in the ...
... we came to a place where the road dipped inward a bit around a cove, in the little village of Mont-St.-Pierre. With the low mountains and the way the sea breeze blew, this is a popular place for kiting. We stopped and watched some and visited a boutique. Well, Carol checked out the boutique first; I went to a cantine to get something to eat. The cantine was nothing fancy, but when I looked at the menu, they had 'hot dog' and 'hot ...
Today we woke to sun, wet dripping firs was our only rain and we knew it was a day to hike the International Appalachian Trail to the tip of the Gaspe Peninsula, then end of the AT before it goes out over open seas to Newfoundland, Scotland and ...