We've been touring the town even though it's been pretty rainy the last couple days. Here's a shot I got down in the old city after we went to the archeological museum. I don't know what the "equalize" function does, but somehow it made this picture better. Last night we saw Australia's entry in the fireworks competition from the top of the Jacques Cartier bridge. I've lived here eight years now, and we've never walked onto the bridge to watch the fireworks. It was spectacular, though it would suck if a storm popped up as there's no shelter up there.
Today we've got to turn over the apartment to the new tenant so David is moving to a hotel for the last two nights of his visit. He scored a four star hotel downtown for a little over half price on Priceline. I've said it before, Priceline is like a casino where you always win.
There's not much else to talk about. I've been playing tour guide mostly, a job I think I'd be good at, and staying satisfactorily distracted and occupied so that this quitting smoking thing is practically a non-issue. Hey look 20 days today.