Thursday, September 9, 2010

Walking in Drummondville

While Richard and I were in Drummondville, QC for the Festival de la Poutine, we discovered that Drummondville is MORE than just the town that invented poutine.

It was settled next to the Saint-Fran├žois River, which has a lovely park running alongside it.

The river was low... we walked out amongst the craggy rocks.

There were plenty of birds and ducks about.

After a brief rain shower, the sun came out and it warmed up.

I was happy to sit next to a tiny waterfall and listen to the swirling water.

Richard ventured out a little further and balanced on a rock in the river.

Happy days.

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