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How to Drive to Europe in 3 Easy Steps

How to Drive to Europe In 3 Easy Steps:

1) Enter your vehicle and turn on the engine.
2) Drive Northeast until you pass the Canadian Border. 1,323 more words


Quebec City Streetscapes Upper Town

All these photos were taken within the City walls.  Above is Rue St Louis and the two photos below are on Avenue St. Denis, just north of the Quebec Citadel. 177 more words


My coffee mug reminds me to blog about Quebec

As I was sitting at the kitchen table the other day, coffee mug in hand and halfway through inhaling a biscotti (I know you’re supposed to take your time to enjoy those things, but whatever), I was suddenly reminded of the fact that I have yet to blog about my trip to Quebec this past August. 719 more words


Quebec City Daytime

For the WordPress Photo Challenge Nighttime, I posted shots of Quebec City. This post is of landscape-type photos taken during the day.

The first photo, a wide angle shot, was taken around 9:30 am from the steps leading down to the Levis ferry terminal, on the opposite bank of the St. 372 more words


Quebec Chronicles: Day Two

Zen Dinner and Boom

I woke colder than I expected, and a touch uncomfortable.

Huttopia was furnished with bedding that was basically a step above sleeping on the ground. 704 more words


September – the ALL or NOTHING month

September is the month of “back to’s”:

  • back to school
  • back to work
  • back to routine

You get the gist and for me, it means the realization of a lot of projects/events. 552 more words


Quebec City Nighttime

Last week (September 16, 2014) we visited Quebec City for a day on the way from Pennsylvania to Prince Edward Island (PEI).  We spent the day and had dinner in the city and I took pictures with my new Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III (to be blogged later.) After supper we took the ferry back to Levis, returned to our bed and breakfast, got my Pentax SLR K20D, my 18-50mm Sigma lens, and a tripod and went down to the Levis Terrace which overlooks Quebec City and the St Lawrence River. 282 more words