We’ve already been on vacation for a week now, boy does it go fast! During our first week vacation, we drove 7 hours away to Tadoussac Quebec for a little camping trip and whale watching.
Here is a little history on Tadoussac from Wikipedia:
Tadoussac (French pronunciation: [tadusak]) is a village in Quebec, Canada, at the confluence of the Saint Lawrence and Saguenayrivers. It was France‘s first trading post on the mainland of New France and an important trading post in the seventeenth century, making it the oldest continuously inhabited European settlement in Canada, and the oldest surviving French settlement in the Americas.
Jacques Cartier came to the site in 1535 during his second voyage, and found thereMontagnais hunting seal. Later that same century, it was visited by Basques, whaling on the river.
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