Old Montreal Jacques Cartier Marina.
So we heard from everyone we had to visit the cold room so John rang the bell for them to come up and open up for us to grab a drink.
That was our experience in the cold room really quaint.
They had a zip line you could go on right at the Old Montreal harbour at Jacques Cartier Marina. Had a great visit and time in Montreal. They even had air show.
We are leaving to continue on and further on our adventure.
The new bridge is being worked on.
Waiting at the lock to be locked in this boat is before us.
Arrived at St Anne de Bellivue Lock.
Went to dinner at Cam and Jacinte’s lovely evening and great company. Bob N Along came to dinner as well.
And the talented Jacinte did this painting I just love it.
We are on our way again. This was a nice stop for a couple days to rest.
This is called Lac Des Deux Montauges Lake of 2 mountains.
We arrived at Hawksbury free dock no hydro.
So we went into town for a drink was going to go to the Legion but it was closed. We left the next morning and headed to Ottawa.
My first loons in a year. More to come.
This was on the Gatineau side and we are now at the locks in Ottawa.
Parliament Buildings in January 2019 they will be moved and closed for renovations for 10 years.
This is the changing of the guards on parliament hill.
Now the light show at parliament hill our last nite here.
We are now leaving Ottawa and travelling on the Rideau. This is almost 12 miles of park on both sides and the canal really great.
Beautiful bike paths, walking trails for miles.
This little guy just for Sandy and Steve.
So we came to rest at Long Island Lock Manitock, met up with friends and went to lunch.
Now I am real happy I caught a loon with its baby on its back.
We arrived at Edmunds Lock #24.
2 thoughts on “Arriving Montreal”
Beautiful shot of the flight of eight coming into Ottawa!
The beaver is hilarious! LOL. I think it’s a little big to fit on the bed beside the other one.
Steve & Sandy