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Jun 22, 2017 - St. Antonin to Montmagny

Ride Day Seven Thursday, June 22 St. Antonin to Montmagny 8 hrs 8 min or 41 hrs 16 min total riding time 137.1 km of 760.2 km ridden 636 meters of 4222 meters of climbing 3344 calories of 19175 calories burned Ha. So much for having a hard day of riding, tucking it into the tale book and getting back on the trail. Ha We were now along the St. Lawrence River. The wind was blowing. And we were heading into the maw. There would be no getting up early to outrun the wind. We would alter our course slightly. Rather than ride along the edge of...

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Sep 1, 2015 - on the road again

Left lauras this morning, wicked traffic and fog but pretty smooth sailing passed Montreal and bypassed quebec city and made it to a nice camping spot in a small village that had lots of cool boats and a great view of st. Lawrence. So nice to be camping again. Van ran great today. Looking forward to more cool things and start of lighthouse trail around the gaspe peninsula. Chuckie out!!!!

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Aug 17, 2014 - Trip East 2014

Well we are finally on our way to Gaspe, Northern New Brunswick, Charlottetown PEI and return. Tonight we are in Montmagny, Quebec for tonight only. Good day weatherwise but the traffic was horrible; down to 70/80 km/hr for many kms. No accidents just heavy traffic. I will keep you posted as often as we have Wi-Fi in the campgrounds. Bob & Marielle.

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Aug 16, 2012 - Riviere Quelle

Day Fifty Seven – Aug 16 Rivier Quelle 141k It rained overnight. The sky was cloudy and the ground was wet. After the eight item breakfast I was ready to frappe la rue. Just as I was putting on my gloves I saw Robert, Jayne, Cor and Chrisk leave the parking lot. By the time I got to the street they were out of sight. I would have to navigate out of Quebec City on my own. Within a few blocks I caught up to them as they waited for a light change. Then the five of us cycled down below the Plains of Abraham and onto a ferry that would take us...

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Checking the ditches