|Down the hill to St-Fabien-sur-Mer|
|The shore at St.-Fabien-sur-Mer|
|Parc National du Bic scenery, with orographic clouds|
|One of the three foxes|
|The submarine with visitor, for scale|
|Tipping the museum building|
The other side of Rimouski, at the Pointe au Père, a no-longer-used submarine is tethered; we stopped there as well, to take photos for our grandsons. You can have a guided tour inside it, as we did in September 2009. There's also a museum about the wrecked Empress of Ireland, and an historic lighthouse with flying buttresses and associated buildings. We took a look at the exhibition inside the Fog Alarm Shed. Lighthouses were extremely important along this treacherous coast in the days before GPS and modern depth sounding equipment, so had to be well manned and maintained.
Back in Ste. Flavie at the end of the day, we drank local beers from the Rose des Vents (Compass Rose), a recommendable fish and chips restaurant. We'd eaten there the evening before, as well.