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Up in time to say goodbye to Valerie, who was out the door by 07.00. Randy had the ability to be more flexible with his hours, so planned on leaving shortly after we'd gone at 08.00. Having only met them the week before, thoroughly enjoyed being able to spend more time with them and get to know them better. ...
We fix breakfast before the rush of the rest of the shelter residents. Most are young and have been partying last night. I am worried that they're so many young Canadians smoking. Many are rolling their own so it that much worse. The Canadians require that at least half of the pack has a gross picture of a dead fetus, black lungs or other discouraging message to be on each pack. It doesn't seem to work. After gas that runs about $1.14 per liter we head east on 138. It is a good to ...
And mighty it is.
We have been following it's banks, north and south for a few days now.
A lot of the settlements have history behind them and were you so inclined, you could spend days at the many museums in these towns.
... 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 ...
Day 3 was Levis to Matane along secondary road 132 along the Saint Lawrence River into the Gaspe region. As you can see from this pic, it was grey and rained most of the day.
Although grey, the drive along 132 still provided non-stop interest from small town to village to rural settings. It meanders along the mighty St. Lawrence, and hops over Highway 20 from time to time. Many of the towns ...