On the final leg...

Trip Start Jul 07, 2008
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Trip End Aug 09, 2008


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Where I stayed
Auberge-Motel Blanche D'Haberville

Flag of Canada  , Quebec,
Friday, August 8, 2008

My time in Nova Scotia seemed to vanish before my eyes - it was stretched out before me and then *poof* it was suddenly gone. I spent my remaining days with friends and family. One notable event was going to a club called The Carleton with Wade to listen to 2 Maritime performers: Cristina Martin and Nathan Wiley. Both are singer/songwriters with a blues/folk kind of style and they were great - good enough to cause me to pick up their CDs, at any rate. I also spent a nice evening with my friend and classmate Shawn, his beautiful wife Nadine, and their very cool little boy Evan (sorry guys - I was home before I realized I forgot to take a picture!! My bad!) My stay at home was fantastic, better than I could have hoped for: I got to see more friends than I thought I could track down, and it was hard to leave.

The final leg of the trip turned out to be much like the first - in less than an hour I hit the rain, and the temperature stayed below 15C. The rain stuck with me until I crossed into Quebec. It was a completely uneventful trip today and I stopped in the town of St. Jean Port Joli. A nice stroke of luck was what I discovered across from the hotel - a large park full of wood sculptures. Some of them are spectacular, some were ugly, some were hard to figure, but all were cool. One question...what is it with the french and nudity??

Total mileage today - 939km.
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