One thing I love about Farmer's Markets is that there are so many different kinds of bouquets to be found there - not just the floral ones, but also bouquets of fruits and vegetables and even beautifully arranged bottles. These photos are from the permanent Farmer's Market in Quebec City, down along Boulevard Charest on the waterfront.
I think we will drive out to Malbaie today. This drive will be along the Route du Fleuve (River Route), which takes you the Charlvoix region where there are lovely little villages and incredible scenic overlooks.
Malbaie was named by Richelieu, because when he was ready to sail out of port, he couldn't because the river is tidal and the tide was out! So he called it "Bad Bay." There is a hotel and casino there - the Chateau Richelieu. It is a "sister" to the Chateau Frontenac in Quebec City (see previous post). There will be pictures for sure!
In the meantime, enjoy these bouquets, from me to you with love.