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Tag Archives: Quebec City
It was a calm night and the huge cliffs in the bay were like a geo-thermal furnace so it was a very nice night and morning. We took our time enjoying the beauty and a great breakfast. We sailed most … Continue reading
It was a foggy rainy day today and we decided to do a few jobs in port and catch up on our sleep. The water has been so cold in this area (6C) that the boat (sole) floor and hull … Continue reading
Today was one of those “over the top days” that I will remember for the rest of my life. We left the marina with the water like glass and light fog hanging on the water – it was beautiful. As … Continue reading
I think we broke our record for early starts with a 7:30 lock and then the 70+ miles down stream to Malbaie. We had to leave when the current was in our favour. There is so much tide here that … Continue reading
We spent the morning being good tourists then had lunch in the Old City. After, we came back and cleaned up the boat (trying to make a good impression on Joanne who will join us today). We have planned a … Continue reading
Today was a day of rest and restocking the boat with provisions and some visiting in the Old City and Port. There always seems to be so much to do when you get into port that has “stuff” available. Quebec … Continue reading
This part of the trip was all about the current and the wind. We had current that took us to a high of 11.4 knts as we ran through the Richelieu Rapids. The wind was blowing against the current which … Continue reading