After leaving Quebec City, we continued our trip south to see friends south of Montreal. Since we were close to the U.S. border, we crossed over to fuel up and for our friends Tom and Louise Butler to pick up their mail. We then crossed by into Canada Via a small blacktop road with a small border crossing. Only one border official was there; he checked us out and we went on our way.
After we got into Canada, we promply took a wrong turn. With Louise checking the maps, we were able to reach our
Our travels so far have taken us from our home in South Dakota through the Northeast, into New Brunswick's Grand Manan Island, back northwest to the St. Lawrence Seaway and down to Quebec City.
En route, we stopped to visit friends in Michigan, and they joined our trip in their fifth-wheel for about a week. We also joined Tom and Louise Butler in Ohio; they had just left the FMCA convention in Bowling Green.
With the Butlers and our fifth-wheel friends, we visited the Warther Carving Museum in