Jack’s Walk

Jack won’t be allowed to take walks for the next 2 weeks so I thought this was a good chance to post some of the photos I took over the summer. Today I’m sharing the place we overnighted on the way to Perce. It’s a little place called Saint Luce, Quebec and we arrived just in time to watch the sunset over the St. Lawrence River.  There are a few more photos under the fold  and you can click for full size.


Sunset on the St. Lawrence River, ©voyager, all rights reserved

Well, hello there. ©voyager, all rights reserved

On the boardwalk, ©voyager, all rights reserved

Saint Luce, Quebec, ©voyager, all rights reserved



  1. springa73 says

    Beautiful! I should visit Canada sometime soon, but I’ll need to get a new passport since I unwisely let my old one expire. I remember going a couple of times as a teenager back before you needed a passport …

  2. Nightjar says

    I simply love the first shot, it looks so peaceful on the one hand but on the other those clouds give it such a dramatic atmosphere.

    Also, I’m fascinated by the hanging flowers on the lampposts. That’s a beautiful idea.

  3. voyager says

    It’s fairly common around here to see hanging baskets of flowers on the street lamps.

  4. Ice Swimmer says

    voyager @ 6

    Here that isn’t too common, but the town Kauniainen* (the Swedish name is Grankulla**, it’s often called Grani, by both Finnish and Swedish speakers), which is a wealthy little enclave within the (wealthy and high-tech) city (or collection of suburbs) I live in, did have those last summer.

    * = Kaunis means beautiful, so it could be something like Beautytown in English 8-)
    ** = Spruce Hill, the proportion of Swedish speakers is high there, but they are no longer a majority.

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