[Clayart] Clay Exhibits on the St. Laurence Seaway
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Sun Jul 24 20:00:04 EDT 2016
If you get a few hours, look for beluga whales in the St. Laurence river
outside of Quebec. I had the opportunity to kayak from Quebec to the
Atlantic many years ago. It was an experience forever engraved in my mind.
If you get to Nova Scotia, the city of Halifax is worth the trip.
On Jul 24, 2016 12:32 PM, "Deborah Thuman" <debthuman at zianet.com> wrote:
> Quebec City….. I’ve only been once - in 1981, but I love that city. Walk
> through the walled part of the city. Don’t drive through - you won’t be
> able to get anything bigger than a Mini Cooper through the streets and
> there’s no place to park. The old part of the city is magnificent and full
> of inspiration.
> As for eating…. any restaurant will do. There’s no such thing as bad
> French cooking.
> If you speak French at all, start any conversation in French. Your efforts
> will be appreciated. Also, if you speak French, see the monuments scattered
> around the city. I love the one for Montcalm. In English, the marker goes
> on and on about Montcalm, great and glorious, meeting his fatal blow,
> though no fault of his own, on that very spot. In French the marker reads:
> Montcalm died here. Great way to understand the culture and how Quebec got
> to where it is today. And yes, there is a law that everything has to be in
> French. Jim is English only and he didn’t find it funny when while driving
> with me trying to translate street signs at 65 MPH and after saying there
> must be a law that everything has to be in French, I burst out laughing.
> Deb Thuman
> debthuman at zianet.com <mailto:debthuman at zianet.com>
> https://debthumanblog.wordpress.com <https://debthumanblog.wordpress.com/>
> I'd rather regret the things I've done than regret the things I haven't
> Lucille Ball
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