We were up early, ate a delicious breakfast, and were on the road at the usual time. It was a chilly morning today. I was glad to have cycling gloves.
Our bikes had been locked in a 3-sided shed by the driveway entrance. Not as secure as our very first night in St.-Jerome, but there would have been much less traffic going by here.
Today for lunch we stopped at a grocery store and sat at picnic tables out front. No duck fat today!
|One of several very pretty train bridges
We had a bright, sunny day today.
As anticipated, the hills were higher today. Well not only higher, but because of the gradual grade, they seemed to go on forever.
On one of the train bridges we climbed down to the river below. I found a special souvenir that I carried home and still have.
|Railway spike souvenir (camera for scale)
|The B&B from the river
|Embrace the ice cream!
|View from the B&B
|Pretty bridge, pretty river
Our rooms were on the main floor from the road. However, this floor is the upper floor, with the dining room and living quarters of the hosts below us. The walls and were hand-painted in a German style. And there were a little pair of wooden shoes in the closet of my room. My room overlooked the river and I opened the river to hear the sound of it flowing over the round rocks.
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