We spent a couple days in Sainte Anne des Monts in Quebec, Canada while traveling along the Gaspe peninsula.
Again, not much here. Just nice scenery and a cute fishing village.
Our campground was located right on the St. Lawrence. Whisper enjoyed watching the water and smelling the sea air.
BK…not so much. He was way to comfortable on the bed, sound asleep.
We wandered around the beach to check out the scenery. All I have to say is, WOW! What a lot of driftwood! You’ve never seen so much.
Their is so much driftwood the town has a driftwood festival every year. Around town their are many different driftwood sculptures. I went around and took a lot of pictures. Here are a few that I find interesting.
Driftwood Sculpture In Sainte Anne des Monts. This One Used Colored Glass To Make A Stained Glass Effect.
OK…So I apparently went a little over board photographing the driftwood sculptures around town. This isn’t even all of them either. Without a doubt, my favorite, is the Pegasus sculpture. It was so detail oriented. Simply amazing.
While touring the town, David and I found a bakery that had a wonderful, home made (of course, it was a bakery after all) chocolate cake with chocolate mouse and cherries inside. We had to splurge and get it as our anniversary was the next night…July 1st. Which also happens to be Canada Day.
This fog happened within 5 minutes. It was completely clear, then this. Wait another 10 minutes and it will probably clear up. The weather here changes constantly. Rain, fog, wind, sun, you never know what you’re going to get. What we’re learning is you’ll probably get all four.