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    Magaline's - Canada
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  • Magaline's - Canada
    Magaline's - Canada
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  • Magaline's - Canada
    Magaline's - Canada
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Saint-Augustin Things to Do

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    by solopes Updated Aug 31, 2012

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    To recover from two weeks jumping from big town to bigger town, this stop was a refreshing complement, allowing a contact with rural life.

    Different from the visit to tyhe Amish, where the subject was the people and their social and cultural organization, here the subject was the farming work for itself.

    The farm does work, though carefully prepared to show as an exhibit. The process of making maple syrup is explained in detail, with a final savoring in the proper temperature.

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    by solopes Updated Mar 7, 2013

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    Don't ask me what was the meal (good sign - if bad, I would remember).

    Don't ask me the price, because we were in a package tour.

    However, I did appreciate the day. As a brake visiting big cities, we saw a farm and we even danced square dances, dear Lord.

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    by crummey Updated May 4, 2003

    Many of the settlements in the Base Cote Nord are small and remote with no roads; However, many of them do have a bar, even two. Restaurants and Bars exist in almost all communities on the Base Cote Nord. For example:

    Pakuashipi on the St. Augustine River (population approx. 200) has the Resto P-K . Resto P-K is the only restaurant in the community and a great place for orange and grape pop and burgers and chips. Be prepared, The Ritz it is not.

    When we were at the Resto P-K , the persons serving us spoke Innu. Hardly any french and less english. They were all very friendly and accomodating. However, They asked, in French, why we would come to Pakuashipi and the Resto P-K.

    Tourists are rare in Pakuashipi.

    The Village of St. Augustine (Population approx. 300) has a bar and a couple of nice clean reasonable restaurants.

    Harrington Harbour ( Population approx. 400) has Rowsell's restaurant, they serve liquor.

    There are bars and restaurants in the small fishing village of La Tabatier. And Lourdes-Blanc-Sablon ( Population approx. 1800) has a number of clubs including The Blue Moon Disco.

    The people lounging around these small bars and restaurants are young, well dressed and surprisingly good looking. Base Cote Nord girls are pretty.

    Favorite Dish: Grape pop and french fries is the speciality at Resto P-K.

    Jason Crummey at the Resto-PK
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Saint-Augustin Nightlife

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    by crummey Updated Aug 7, 2005

    Take all of your friends, get some beer, hop in a boat and cruise up the river of a big old bon fire because it is lots of fun and you will not regret it.

    Jason, Hedley, Steve and Bill at Pakuashipi

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Saint-Augustin Off The Beaten Path

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    by crummey Written May 4, 2003

    Quebec's Lower North Shore is a great place to camp and explore nature. But it can have a great night life too!

    Many of the settlements in the Base Cote Nord are small and remote with no roads; However, many of them do have a bar, even two. Restaurants and Bars exist in almost all communities on the Base Cote Nord. For example:

    Pakuashipi on the St. Augustine River (population approx. 200) has the Resto P-K . A great place for orange and grape pop and burgers and chips. Be prepared, The Ritz it is not.

    When we were at the Resto P-K , the persons serving us spoke Innu. Hardly any french and less english. They were all very friendly and accomodating. However, They asked, in French, why we would come to Pakuashipi and the Resto P-K. Tourists are rare in Pakuashipi.

    The Village of St. Augustine (Population approx. 300) has a bar and a couple of nice clean reasonable restaurants.

    Harrington Harbour ( Population approx. 400) has Rowsell's restaurant, they serve liquor.

    There are bars and restaurants in the small fishing village of La Tabatier. And Lourdes-Blanc-Sablon ( Population approx. 1800) has a number of clubs including The Blue Moon Disco.

    The people lounging around these small bars and restaurants are young, well dressed and surprisingly good looking. Base Cote Nord girls are pretty.

    Innu Indian camp on St. Augustin River
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