This was definitely a travel day, the cost of a road trip. A couple of hours were spent driving through pastoral Quebec, with its dairy farms and wooded marshes. When we got to New Brunswick, we were struck by its remote feel - endless rolling hills of forests filled with stub trees and very little sign of people. The long drive was redeemed by reading Anne of Green Gables to each other. We drove until 7 and checked into the Amsterdam Inn in Moncton and then ate at a Chinese Buffet and enjoyed an evening walk along the riverfront, complete with an outdoor symphony.