|In Montmagny, Quebec|
We spent the night in Drummondville and then onwards towards Rimouski. We got off the highway at Montmagny to meander through the country road along the St. Lawrence River. It was a cloudy day with some sun peeking in and out through our drive this scenic route; there was no rain.
|One of the many steepled churches en route|
Rimouski is beautiful. Walking along the promenade beside the St. Lawrence River, we were able to see far and wide beyond the tranquil waters of the River. It was windy; in the distance the waters looked choppy as the tide was out. For dinner, I had Coquille St. Jacques; flashback to the time we lived in Montreal in 1971, where I first tasted this appetizer. I quickly learned to adopt it as part of our homemade cuisine.