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... Park, a wildlife park with all the animals that live somewhere in Canada. You drive through it by car and it's somewhat like a Canadian safari, because most of the animals walk right up to the car and you can feed them if you like. The more dangerous animals are, of course, caged in. We saw numerous deers and wild pigs, one moose (FINALLY! ONE!), arctic wolves, black bears, Bisons, and more deers. Did I mention deers? After our time in the park we made us on our way to Ottawa.
... September 2014), and for me he is the best riding partner I have ever ridden with and to share the moments with.
- seeing the most amazing sunset across the St. Lawrence River between Montmagny and Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, Quebec
- the wonderful roads of the Gaspésie, Quebec, where Mike was grinding his footboards in the corners
- seeing Percé Rock, Quebec and ...
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Weather: started out with partly cloudy skies with a temperature of 19 degrees, and the temperature continued to rise during the trip until it reached 29 in Montreal. No rain, just a few clouds.
Today I started out feeling a little bit sad that I was on the last leg of my tour. However, ...
... the bike, but we had to wait for more than 2 hours to be picked up, due to traffic problems, and returned to the starting point, again at Monette Sports.
The replacement bike, also a 2015 BMW R1200RT, was totally new and had been ridden only 177 kms.
We finally got away at 3:15 p.m., about than 3 hours behind ...
... at least she said there was a mosquito there! But I think this battle the mosquitoes won. It's a shame as the park is really nice, but the constant harassment of the bugs detracted from the experience. Somehow we persevered and walked to the top of one of the mounts (but not the full hike we had planned). The constant swatting meant we weren't taking in our surroundings fully. We could have walked past bears, moose or elk and ...