Color, Color Everywhere – Autumn Dreams Are In the Air

hobbit-for-breakfastWe started our sixth day in Quebec City at a restaurant called The Hobbit where we had homemade jam on baguettes, eggs and excellent espresso coffee.

fall-colors-quebecThen we were off on a bus tour out into the Quebec countryside. The fall colors all around us were glorious. 

dave-eats-chocolateFirst stop was a chocolate shop on Île d’Orléans where all the chocolates are made on site.  Dave enjoyed his chocolates under the trees on the yard. 

montmorency-fallsWe spent nearly an hour at Montmorency Falls.

montmorency-falls-quebec-countrysideWe took the gondola up to the top of the falls and went for a walk on the suspension bridge. 

copper-miningAfter stops at a museum where we learned about copper mining and copper artwork

bakeryWe went to a bakery where we enjoyed fresh bread slathered with maple butter. st-anne-churchWe spent another hour exploring the beauty of the Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré. The art and architecture were fascinating. 

moroccon restaurantSupper was at a Moroccan restaurant. We spent a couple of hours playing euchre. Like the winning Liberals and the winning Blue Jays, Velma and Dave were the winning team last night. 

fall-tree

 Our day in the Quebec countryside had been verrrrrry cold but was beautiful and enjoyable. 

marylou-autumnColor, color everywhere. Autumn dreams are in the air.  –  Mary Naylor

Other posts……….

Watching the  Blue Jays Win in Quebec City

Are You This Determined to Vote? 

Eating Our Way Through Quebec City

A Bone Rattling Introduction

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