Goodbye Quebec

Three days at Perce and the weather didn’t improve; it got even worse with dense fog.  Such a disappointment but this means we will have to go back someday.  Here is one pathetic picture of the rock taken from our campsite.  Unseen to the left of the rock is the beautiful little town of Perce.
Sadly we left and continued driving along the coast enjoying amazing scenery.  Quebec is so pretty, so clean, and overall way friendlier than I expected.  This province goes way overboard to welcome tourists.  There are tourist offices in practically every little town, plenty of scenic little pull over parks with tables and water and sometimes an RV dump, and the driving is easy with roads better than expected and very little traffic. 
We crossed into New Brunswick at Campbellton which is at the beginning of Chaleur Bay.  This area is bilingual.  All signs are in both French and English and it’s a tossup as to which language store clerks will first speak to you in.  Then they switch to whatever language need be.  Campbellton is on the edge of the Restigouche Highlands, part of the Appalachian Mountains.  Sugarloaf Mountain on the edge of town, has skiing.
IMG_3679            I received a lucky break with this picture because 5 minutes later a slight breeze came up and the reflection was gone. The right side is Quebec and the left N. Brunswick.
IMG_3682                           This is a big salmon fishing area
IMG_3687         There’s a nice walking trail along the bay with fountains, picnic tables, a wharf with overnight RV parking (free), and more.