The tales of Tadoussac and the whales: Chapter 6 

To finish the day, we had a lovely buffet dinner at “Restaurant Le Bateau,” complete with de la tarte à sucre! Very tasty. 

I suppose I should go to bed now, seeing as we have a fun day planned for tomorrow at the Museum for Marine Mammals nearby. I’ll be sure to post pictures of the exhibits we see! 

So long for now! 

The tales of Tadoussac and the whales: Chapter 1

This poster was in the “designated waiting area” for the whale-watching tour today. It was a gorgeous day, warm and sunny, and not too too chilly on the river. We set out excitedly, hoping to see as many whales as we could. 

At first, we didn’t see much at all (mainly because a thick fog rolled in), but that didn’t last for long…

The tales of Tadoussac and the whales: Prologue

We arrived at the campsite in Tadoussac last night with a rental car in tow. The drive was beautiful, and the campsite is gorgeous too! So many trees… 

We’re off to see some whales today. I’ll post later if I get some good shots. 

If I don’t post, it is fair to assume that I have been eaten by a large whale. Please play “Baby Beluga” by Raffi at my funeral, as it will be stuck in my head for the rest of the week, at least. Thank you. 

See you on the other side! 

The tales of Gananoque and the 1000 Islands: Chapter 5

After the tour we had an impromptu adventure in a creek, we passed a restaurant called “The Socialist Pig”, then had a late lunch at a restaurant where all of the menu items ended with an exclamation mark! We played a small duet on a piano in the park (it said “Play Me,” we promise!), and found out about another Half Moon Bay! 

All in all, we had a pretty exciting day in Gananoque! 

The tales of Gananoque and the 1000 Islands: Chapter 4

This is the second bridge we went under. If I recall correctly, this is the bridge Frontenac, and it has its own biosphere! 

As we passed under this bridge, a little girl ran from the front of the boat to the back so she could stand at the back railing and wave goodbye to it. Needless to say, it was very cute.