Category Archives: Quebec

Through the Beauharnois Locks and on to Cornwall

We made it to the Beauharnois locks. We made it through the locks. Then things got interesting. Continue reading

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In which we get to Montreal and through the first two locks…

There was rain and mist and the threat of squalls; sailing and waiting and locking through; a long night and a long day… Continue reading

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More Adventures Sailing to Sorel-Tracey

On our way to Sorel-Tracey we had adventures in sailing – and adventures in anchoring. You might say it was an eventful and challenging trip… Continue reading

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Across and Across on the Way to Levis

Sometimes the best way to go up the river is to cross it… Continue reading

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Sleeping on an angle in Riviere-du-Loup

Sometimes unexpected things happen. Like waking up to find your boat – and you- on an angle at the dock. Or meeting someone who has just the information you need. Continue reading

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Learning About Those Currents on the Way to Rimouski

No matter what you know in theory, there’s nothing actually experiencing something. What it feels like to sail in strong currents, for instance. Continue reading

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Quick-Slow-Quick-Slow-Quick, Dancing Along to Sainte-Anne-des-Monts

In which the winds varied between strong, stronger and light, and we made our way to Grande Vallee and Sainte-Anne-des-monts… Continue reading

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