On the road to Charlottetown, PEI, and CLAY 2016 gathering...

Day 2: Exploring Quebec City, then on to Fredericton, NB

8:00am We're all in our places, with bright, smiley faces!  I guess the in flight selfie turbulence isn't too bad!

Up close to history.  Quebec City is how old?  The 1888 Armory, destroyed by fire in 2008, is being rebuilt.

Our hats, they have three corners ... Welcome to the Museum.

10:45 am - near the Citadelle, overlooking the St. Lawrence.  This is a national Historic Site, with many religious aspects.  The web site tells more.

Statue of Samuel de Champlain, east of the Citadelle.  The Chateau Frontenac is just to the left.

Somewhere in old Quebec City, but still near the heights!

Street map of the Quartier Petit Champlain.  A cooperative of shops, at the foot of the cliff by the Chateau Frontenac

Smile!  Looks like they're having a most enjoyable day!

Chez Madame Gigi's Café!


Canon Linda says that they just happened to notice this place.


She says that there's no connection at all with her "grandmother" moniker - which is Gigi!

Bonne appetite!
12 noon: Looking good!
Is Robert Lilley directing the setup for the above three pictures?  These paving stones are how old?

One more shop to see, then on to the bus.

1:40pm South of the St. Lawrence, heading east. The original farming district in Canada is here - see the long narrow fields?  Also, isn't that Canon Linda's car again?

4:15pm.  Turning away from the St. Lawrence at Riviere-du-Loup.  Atlantic Canada, here we come!

16:40 Just approaching Saint-Louis-du-Ha! Ha!, QC. (at least that's Bill's theory on this picture!)

7:30pm ON / QC time, or 8:30pm NB time, (or 9pm NL time), the coach arrived in Fredericton, NB.

Day 3: Onwards to the Confederation Bridge, and Charlottetown, PEI

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