The sun was shining again this morning, but still no whales in sight. Jonas and Gabriel enjoyed some more rock climbing while Andreas read and I admired the beautiful nature. To the delight of Gabriel and Jonas our luggage was transported from the lighthouse to our car in an electric golf car – they enjoyed the ride. I managed to persuade Andreas and Jonas to see the lighthouse – built in 1829, cold and wet to live in for the keeper and his family until they finally managed to persuade the government to built a proper house. Ship wreckages were common and the lighthouse had housing and food supply for the survivors! The lighthouse is no longer in operation, but tonight I think I might have seen the new one in operation 🙂

Finally taking off from our rock island, drove a few miles and stopped at a slide – Gabriel really enjoys slides and if he could choose he would stop at ALL the slides we see on our way. Bought our lunch at Tim Hortons (bagels, sandwiches etc) and found a nice spot near a rather large water fall. Now we are staying in Sept-Iles (there are 7 islands just outside the town), sea view, a star-shaped pillow that Gabriel is very fond of, and just nice interior and friendly people. Tomorrow I guess we will head some 300km to the East to Mingan …. if all the higher selves involved agree 😀