Camping Bernieres, St. Nicolas, Quebec

Last night, we had thunderstorms all around us in Ottawa but no rain fell.  Chris worked a night shift while I stayed home getting things ready for today’s departure.  After two days of 40+C temperatures, we finally had some respite this morning as some cooler air moved in.  We had a couple more appointments to keep this morning before leaving.  First up was our blood work at a Dyna Care lab which went very smoothly.  Next up for Chris was her dental appointment.  It also went well and we were back at the motorhome before noon. 
Hitting the road at noon instead of first thing in the morning is a bit unusual for us.  We generally like to be on the road early and also off the road early.  We gassed up at the MacEwen station on Bank Street at Leitrim Ave.  Best diesel prices we have seen anywhere in Ottawa at $.927/litre and their prices do not fluctuate at all.  Our plan was to get as far as Camping Bernieres in St Nicolas, just south of Quebec City.  Our drive went very well with the exception of a half hour delay on Hwy 40E through Montreal.  Quelle surprise!  Who ever heard of traffic jams in Montreal.  Traffic flowed much better once we were through the tunnel and onto Hwy 20E.  Fabulous countryside.  Beautiful day and we even needed the dash a/c unit on to keep us cool.  We pulled into Camping Bernieres for one night at 6 pm.  This is a very nice campground with both 30 and 50 amp service available.  As new Passport America members, our rate was only $17.50 plus tax instead of the usual $35/night.  Not much in the way of photos today, sorry.  I grabbed this abstract of Phaeton Place with our Sony point and shoot.
On the road to Woodstock, New Brunswick in the morning.