This photo, because babies have been the movement to maintain French independence to English speaking Canada. Some of the pre-1940 families had fifteen to eighteen members. At Tadoussac, many familes had three to five children.
A Laker....not a barge, it has to turn back to New York at Quebec.
Today......lots of rain😊. A great history lecture on the history of Quebec and the Plaines of Abraham and the 1759 Conquest by the British that changed the fate of North America. The Museum of the Amerique that traces the history of the Francophone, "one who speaks French", in North America and beyond. We also visited the Ursuline Mission. The Nuns arrived in 1639 with the amazing mission and vision of educating girls. Fascinating!