106.1 km - Total so far 848.90 km
Last night we had a horrible thundestorm that caused us to be flooded out. The campground is built on the side of a hill and tenters like us are on the bottom flat part. All the water running off the side of the hill essentilly found its way under our tent. Click on the video and listen to what went on for a good 30 minutes. We were floating on the air mattress.
|Trying to dry some of our stuff this morning. |
We even had stuff in the dryer.
|The bottom of our stove was inside the tent portico. |
The silt mark is at 1.5 inches from the bottom
|We stopped by this entranceway thinking nothing would happen. |
The train came ten minutes later.
|The terrain is so much easier to bicycle than Charlevoix. |
Hélène is not wearing a rain coat for this picture!
|Most of the day we biked inland in a narorw valley. |
You can see the village of St-Simon in the distance.
|Nice long and easy downhill. You just let yourself go and are slowed |
down as you start heading up the next rise. No need for your brakes.
|The small island between the trees is in Le Parc Nationale du Bic. |
There is a police car with radar waiting at the top of the hill.
|The kid here waits for the bus in an ordinary Mercedes bus |
and not a rocket
|We got to Rimouski just in time.|
65.93 miles - Total so far 527.48 miles