Riding Back to Vermont

Between Montreal and Chambly, we managed to get slightly lost again – too many bike paths – but it wasn't long before we were once again riding beside the canal toward St. Jean-sur-Richelieu. The weather, as you can see, got much better.

Bike lanes beside the Chambly Canal

Riding beside the boats on the bike path

Boats passing through a lock

We reached St. Jean-sur-Richelieu in plenty of time to find a B&B we had already booked, a few miles out of town. It was a delightful place, much nicer than Auberge Harris, and we regret not having pictures. The next morning, the weather stayed perfect, and we were back in Vermont in time for lunch.

Mostly quiet backroads south from St. Jean-sur-Richelieu to Vermont

Crossing over the Richelieu River, just north of the Vermont border

Here's Barbara very near the end of our ride, at the Vermont Visitors Center in Alburg. She loves having her picture taken.

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