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Sep 10, 2018 - St.-Jean-Port-Joli

September 10, 2018 Awoke to sunshine again. This camp really caters to family fun yet is spacious enough so that everyone has privacy. There is miniature golf, Petanque, a huge bouncing gym under a tent, swings, pool and friterie! Hardly anyone in camp though so little activity. (We are far from all of that so we are not bothered by the commercialism! We are spending the day in St.-Jean-Port-Joli. This is a charming, very small (pop 3,300) town known for its wood and ice sculpture artists. It really is worth a day trip if you are in Quebec...

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Sep 9, 2018 - Quebec City to St. Jean Port Jolie

September 9, 2018 Another glorious crisp fall morning with projected temps to be in the 50’s all day. Our first stop was Chute Monmorency which was only 10 minutes away on Hwy 40 east. The GPS messed up but we eventually found it. The claim to fame is that the falls are 99 feet hgher than Niagara Falls. There is a cable car to the top where you walk across the falls on a suspension bridge. OR you could climb 487 steps along the side of the falls. We took a picture!!! We met a Swiss couple recently retired from south of Zurich. They had the...

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Aug 5, 2014 - Sur la route

Dimanche matin j'ai fait une sortie vélo au travers les champs par le rang St-Henri une équipée de 30.3 km, où j'ai vu plein de beaux melons miel dans les champs et de belles fraises. Pendant ce temps Agnès se baladait avec Kathy dans Lanoraie et Berthierville. Au retour nous sommes allés tous les trois manger à une pataterie sur le bord du chemin près de Berther, Chez Cocotte. En après-midi un trempette dans la piscine et une bière chez Kathy. = Lundi nous avons quitter le camping chez Denise pour le camping Le Bonnet Rouge à St-Jean Port...

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Aug 7, 2009 - Quebec

Nous somme en Quebec! So much for my high school French! We left PEI, via the Confederation Bridge, on Wednesday, heading towards home. Must admit that this old horse is getting anxious for the barn. We stopped for the night at Woodstock NB, at a campground - wait for it - called Jellystone Park. I found out that they are a franchise, and are mostly in the US. It definitely is kid oriented! They actually gave us a discount, because we were a couple only. No kids or pets. I need to backtrack a bit. I suggested that the Anne of Green Gables...

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