|03-23-2012, 02:18 PM||#9|
A proud pragmatist.
Joined: Nov 2009
Location: Hiding off Hwy 6, B.C.
I like gravel....even with one of them bikes you are not supposed to take on gravel. Rode it out there also!
Let me think....I may even find you one of the very few covered bridges left out there.Oh man...it has been a while. Ste-Sabine toward St-Camille ???? I may have to ask, I tried to track it on the net a while back and doesn't seem documented anywhere.May have to try with Google Earth.
Off the top of my head for now...St-George(Rang/Route Cumberland)...Morissette Station...Ste Rose Station...Ste Germaine Station, left there to Lac-Etchemin, right at "Route du Golf", pass in front of sister's 125 years old schoolhouse, keep straight, left to St-Luc then east toward "Le petit Nord" and on toward St-Magloire, Ste Sabine...St-Fabien de Panet....Ouf.....enough for half a day+ riding that, I think and I should look at the map anyway.
Or maybe the new "Route Panoramique" that's St-Luc toward Buckland, St-Philemon lots of hillls that way.But they may want you to pay....we had a few choice words for the manager there a couple years back, then he recognized me, he is my sister's neighbor/friend. No paying here...!
Darn...too bad I won't be there I'd probably find you some great camping on the Riviere Etchemin and maybe a Kayak/Canoe.But....need some introduction with some of my friends out there, they are pretty serious about "private property" on their woodlots and farmlands.
Oh Yeah St-Luc de Dijon, not St-Luc de Bellechasse, map is wrong there and on a couple other points also.But that's Google they totally lost my road here a couple years back and I had to report it, took 2 months for them to fix that. They used to have a great attraction in St-Luc, a re-created logging camp/bunkhouses/cookhouse etc....all turned into a big family/ATV campground now. Baaah!
If you get caught speeding out there and if her name is Brulot from the SQ, she's cute, rides and gave me one heck of a break a couple years back. Not so to my friend's son last Christmas but he sure deserved that $1,100.00 fine for speeding.40 Km over and they may also take your license away for a week. So watch out they do patrol the gravel roads a lot more than they used to.
Enough...better go outside, got some of my own logging to do.
Have tools, will travel!
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