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  • first passenger aboard the vehicle togi are you ready to travel Togo well good

  • morning guys today is a travel day we are kicking off the trip the road trip

  • to Atlantic Canada today we're going to Quebec first stop first stop is going to

  • be Quebec no Quebec City or we're gonna go visit a brother in Montreal for a

  • couple of hours and then we continue just for another hour hour and a half to

  • a little town outside the city we rented a cabin in the woods by the lake so

  • that's going to be our first day yeah yeah we're already it's nine-thirty

  • accused the july the second so the after Kenny today they have the kind of a day

  • and all the way so ready inside the car there he's eager and ready and yeah we

  • have a lot of stuff that's the only thing but this car looks familiar is

  • because we were driving the same model last year when we went out to the

  • Rockies yeah and we're trying to figure out if it's the same car as well not

  • just the same model but the same vehicle catching a cold over here because we

  • rent it from the same place at the airport and it's exactly the same model

  • the same power so I wouldn't be surprised if it's the same car that we

  • we took last year - yeah - travel alright anyway I'm driving

  • take the road up in the driver's seat so let's get out city let's go let's get

  • going we were running a bit late leaving the

  • house so we didn't do a very good job explaining this trip but basically the

  • idea was to spend two weeks road tripping around the Maritimes which

  • includes the provinces of New Brunswick from Nova Scotia in Prince Edward Island

  • ever since Togo came into our lives it's become a bit of a family tradition to do

  • a summer road trip so that the dog can also come along last year it was the

  • Canadian Rockies and this year we decided to head east towards Atlantic

  • Canada but first we had to get there this video is about our first two days

  • of driving across Ontario and Quebec

  • be a hair day

  • well how's the dryer first stop of the day it was good I'm driven for about an

  • hour and a half we're now at Port Hope we stopped at an En Route it's kind of like

  • a rest area and this one has a little part with picnic benches yeah Toland was

  • getting a little fidgety so he needs a walk well especially when he saw the

  • other dogs yeah he's like yes this looks like a dog yeah the best thing about

  • this on route is that I mean there's a restaurant area but we avoided that and

  • we just come to the park area aha love how did you find the drive so far it was

  • a bit a lot of traffic going out of Toronto but that's to be expected

  • yeah okay now it should be smooth cruising

  • yeah probably make another stop before I mean when you're with the dog you have

  • to do that we have to usually stop like every hour and a half or two yeah that

  • seems to work that works for him and we also have we have sandwiches as well and

  • there was banana bread two containers of banana bread yeah and someone devoured

  • in the first one I haven't even had a bite portion by somebody you know I can

  • honestly say it wasn't me maybe your sister had it how was my driving for you

  • how did you enjoy the ride I think I only gained about 10 white hairs oh my

  • god I just kidding you did a good job you were driving slows a little bit like

  • Sunday driving I do the Beeb limits I'm a safe driver yeah yeah it was you know

  • what once we got outside of Toronto it's totally fine mm-hmm Toronto's always a

  • bit of a zoo and guys we've packed their own sandwiches take a look here yes

  • we've got chicken sandwiches on three rocket chicken oh and this is nice thick

  • bread it looks like the guy from healthy walk bread for you yeah try it none of

  • this stopping at Tim Hortons business you eat homemade sandwiches so how's the

  • trip so far pretty good we're doing a pit stop for Togo yeah and I think he

  • wants water too but he got a little excited when we pulled in all the dogs

  • doesn't know where we are he doesn't know where he does the

  • problem you know yeah so he's all hyper but now he quiet down a little bit can

  • we take him somewhere unfamiliar he needs to get out run around snippets

  • crazy but I think now he wants to have a little bit of water mm-hm and yeah this

  • is a perfect area to stop were walk the dog a little bit you know

  • we haven't been troubling a lot is about an hour and a half but we are not in a

  • hurry and you know we want the dog to stretch the legs a little bit because in

  • the back is a little bit cramped you know it's a lot of suitcases and stuff

  • like that so he doesn't have a lot of space and yeah like this he's going to

  • quiet down a little and then he's gonna truck travel a little bit better here

  • we're gonna have some water for you hmm

  • what are you giving him why'd we lavender because it gets them a little

  • what

  • alright guys we've may be driving another 15 minutes and we've stopped

  • again at the Big Apple this is a place where you can buy apple pie and you can

  • see how they're made and they have like this giant red apple off to the side of

  • the highway so it's kind of like a tourist landmark as well so yeah we're

  • gonna get some pie since we're visiting my uncle's we don't show up empty-handed

  • I don't know let's go

  • well there you have it guys the Big Apple the one and only and yeah we

  • daughter Pie we got the mumble crumble apple pie huge

  • really good and Sam apple chips these are the caramel yeah apple chips guys

  • fun fact fun fact let's talk ever new as you as

  • you go into the store you can see where they're making the pies and they have

  • sold over 6 million unbeliev of all it's a lot so guys we

  • picked up some apple chips over here gonna try them

  • they're basically shaped like a like an apple rings cord ring

  • looks like there's a bit of sugar around the outside oh wow miss sweet how about

  • the caramel taste really crunchy I like them

  • you snake hello stop number three number three number

  • three means cake actually banana bread water a little walk for the dog

  • sun's out every stop is an excuse for Audrey to have a bite and we're closer

  • to Quebec border now so yeah that's the french-speaking part of Canada yes get

  • any fitting cuz we're not too far from your uncle's place yeah we're hoping to

  • be able to get there by four o'clock yep making decent time Tony's sniffing

  • you hey guys and we have banana bread with chocolate chips walnuts its moist

  • its fluffy its second piece of the day so you did find

  • it after all Tokita

  • once the war explore

  • alright guys so we just crossed the border over to the back the province of

  • Quebec a few minutes ago we're now about 25 or 30 minutes away

  • from my uncle's house and I am keeping myself entertained by taking selfies

  • with togi in the back look got him there but him there in the same frame look at

  • that guy looking at the camera looking handsome as always

  • I'll Drive I'll give you your camera sim we spent a

  • really nice afternoon visiting with relatives and then we hit the road again

  • while we still had a bit of daylight left in order to find the cottage

  • somewhere in the countryside we got stuck in traffic leaving Montreal and

  • then we also lost a bit of time taking detours due to construction but we

  • eventually got there

  • killing mosquitoes we're in the countryside next to a lake in the forest

  • and there were hundreds of them like we opened the doors and the lights were on

  • and they just like swarm yeah they're like they're like food oh you're really

  • old I'd say 20 or 30 by now my dad and I was told

  • Papa no consume wine yes kept telling us like 20 minutes 20 minutes for what felt

  • like an hour yeah but we're here and it's gonna look

  • really nice in the morning yeah we'll show you guys around in the

  • morning yeah you know we're gonna just have some wine yeah have a little bite

  • and we'll let you it will give you a tour of the cabin tomorrow and we'll

  • pick things up yeah yes for the end of the day no it's been a long one you're

  • in a long run anything would be good at this point yeah so we are starving we

  • are fired and number Thursday we're gonna be mosquitos because the cabin is

  • full of them yeah so I think they're gonna eat us alive tonight yeah we're

  • gonna pick things up in the morning hopefully we're not ravaged by them but

  • yeah what a day what are they what a day let's call it a

  • day

  • oh good morning guys from the woods here in Quebec we are being attacked by

  • mosquitoes we just came outside to give the dog a little walk and oh boy

  • summer here is rough it's beautiful it's just the mosquitoes are also here to

  • enjoy it but yeah we were up bright and early

  • my parents woke up at like 5:30 this morning Sam was up at 6:00 so we're

  • getting an early start or just about packed up and then we need to start

  • loading everything in the car so yeah we just wanted to show you around a little

  • bit this is the cottage where we spent the night last night we arrived after

  • dark so you couldn't really see much but it's really nice we're not too far from

  • the lake togo's having fun playing fetch with sticks and pinecones and yeah today

  • we're gonna continue driving towards Fredericton it's gonna be seven and a

  • half hours and we're also gonna make some stops along the way so yeah we'll

  • see what they hold

  • day two was another long day of driving mostly crossing the province of Quebec

  • we didn't really do any touristy stops along the way since our goal was to

  • reach Fredericton before dark and meet up with Sam's parents we just drove and

  • drove taking breaks at Togo's urging

  • get up game

  • good morning I'm awake now I wasn't really awake earlier

  • yet a bit of a sleep ha ha ha in the car no I've been navigating actually ok um

  • we've been driving would you say an hour and a half or two now yeah but at least

  • a solid hour and a half yeah we woke up early

  • we got Union alive I mean yeah bitten on my fingertip and my fingers swelled to

  • twice it's yeah I mean I've spent quite a bit of time in the wilderness in

  • Canada I've never been to somewhere where I'd like to bring the mosquitos

  • yeah that many of them too they even came in the house somehow yeah anyways

  • yeah it's been a nice scenic drive so far and we're heading towards Quebec

  • City at the moment and yeah we've got a little bit more time to spend in this

  • province thanks oh it's nature none of a shower this morning so the me

  • the main reason why we stopped those to take the dog for a walk about every two

  • hours we do that and it just makes the trip a lot more bearable for us for him

  • for everyone involved Togo has to be first we can't be ahead

  • he must be the leader or he starts squeaking and getting nervous and

  • anxious yeah there's a system in place

  • my fat one boy I miss people

  • Oh nervous yawn well guys it's just been more highway driving more of the same

  • hopefully you're enjoying a bit of the scenery we're doing you guessed it

  • another pit stop we're going to attempt feeding the dog our itinerary it really

  • revolves around the dog quite heavily in case you have not noticed so here we go

  • feeding time for toto he's getting some beef getting some rice

  • home-cooked meals here we go lunch for Toby

  • so we've been driving for a really long time it feels like you know never-ending

  • adventure here in Quebec and it is Canada's french-speaking province so I

  • don't know if you've noticed but we have been filming a lot of the signs all the

  • signs are in French and yeah the culture is different the food is different if we

  • had more time I would have loved to stomp and had a bit in here I've been

  • craving it within and speaking of French names a lot of the names here are after

  • saints we just passed by it for a key little town what was that called it was

  • st. Louie haha like haha I'm laughing there's some

  • great names in Canada of small towns I have to say my favorite being in

  • and happy valley-goose Bay but you've never never I haven't been there but I'm

  • gonna go that's history that's my dream in life happy valley-goose also they do

  • speak French in New Brunswick and part of yes yes technically a bilingual

  • province there's some cities that are more French than others Edmundston being

  • one of them near the border is also Moncton which is predominantly French

  • but where my parents live in Fredericton and then where my relatives live in st.

  • John's or English speaking so it's really interesting if you want to

  • work in the government there you do need to speak both languages

  • yeah Rose wait brother

  • alright guys so we made a little pit stop in Hartland New Brunswick a place

  • that Sam visited as a child he thinks maybe remembers and this town is home to

  • the longest covered bridge in the world twelve hundred and eighty-two feet also

  • I was really surprised that you can drive your vehicle across because we

  • visited covered bridges and Quebec that are made out of wood and they're so old

  • that you can only walk across you can't drive on them anymore this one you can

  • do it with your car but you can also walk it too I think

  • hey people how are you out there I'm gonna do a

  • little bit of talking here for all three thriving and Samuel is filming

  • my yeah we've been traveling for a couple of days we are a bit dirty sweaty

  • and tired but we're having a good time toad was at the back there having a good

  • time too and yeah we just cross the province of Quebec we passed through

  • there yesterday and this morning now we're in a New Brunswick is the

  • first time for me here in New Brunswick I have never been past Quebec City East

  • right so as you know what BEC is mostly French speaking problems although Canada

  • the whole country is bilingual there are two

  • official languages that are French and English if you want to have education in

  • French you can study in French if you want to be educated in English when you

  • go to school University you can do it in English in the province of Quebec is a

  • little bit different because they have some laws that they had to implement to

  • protect the the French culture if you come to the province of Quebec from

  • abroad and you want to go to public school you probably want to have to go

  • and do your schooling in French even if you were born in the province of

  • Quebec and neither one of your parents and mother or your father did their

  • schooling in English then you're not going to be able to do your schooling in

  • English in the public school system if you want to pay private education you

  • can study whatever language you want but in the public system that's more or less

  • the rules enough so they have to protect the culture and this is a way of trying

  • to make sure that the language is kept alive and also when it comes to signage

  • outside the businesses and whatever it is with the advertising you know

  • it has to be done in French in the province of Quebec so now we've come

  • just close to the province of New Brunswick it's my first time here

  • I'm surprised

  • at the size of both side of the highway here the road

  • they have a fencing system to protect fro from the moves apparently right here

  • there are signs every word that says beware be careful especially at nine

  • moves crossing you know they cross the road and if you are doing 120 130

  • kilometers an hour and you hit one of those monsters it'll be like eating a

  • horse and I don't think you're gonna survive it

  • neither the moves right they usually come to the wind chill and end up inside

  • the car and it's a it's a disaster so what they did is they fence the whole

  • length we've been traveling now for like four hours and it's been steady okay

  • both sides of the highway the fencing is a metal chain link type of thing and Wow

  • you see the kind of expanse they went to protect lives in this country in Canada

  • they don't take it lightly when he when it's a matter of safety and and trying

  • to save life money is no object a partly because this must have cost a fortune to

  • do but they did it you know and also when we cross into New

  • Brunswick we came into another time zone sorry so you know Canada being such a