We woke up this morning to dew that was so heavy it was coming down in drops. Lots of them. Needless to say, after a hearty breakfast, there was nothing left to do but get caught up on our napping. This is something we do quite well. Once we checked that task off the list, we took a tour of Voyageur Provincial Park, looking for the showers. We drove for a half hour and finally went to the ranger station for directions, only to be told that the showers were less than 100 feet from where we are parked. We zigged when we should have zagged.
Our travels then took us to Thurso, Quebec for dinner and a fun evening with our cousins Isabelle and Hubert, their daughter Lise and her kids Kim and Krista. For dessert, we were introduced to "Marie Fendues" , a fried bread served with molasses. This is a Markstay delicacy that apparently they have been trying to keep secret all these years J Shame….this recipe belongs on a cooking show! Lise also shared some of her famous recipes, which we will not divulge. All we can tell you is to go to her event hall/gift shop/bake shop/egg farm near Thurso on weekends. And don't be surprised if Thurso becomes the next "pitchfork fondue" hotspot east of the Rockies.
Day 3 is coming to an end. We found one cemetery and have some good leads thanks to Isabelle. The rains have subsided and the life boats have been put away.
We'll see what tomorrow brings. We're hoping it's not the tornado that they announced for Sudbury earlier today. We know how mobile mobile homes can get in those kinds of wind.