Anyway, while I was up there he took me to Québec. I must say that sleeping on a train (when you actually have a bed, a window, and some privacy) is quite a fun and unique experience. We spent two days in Québec with three friends: a Russian guy, a French girl, and a Chinese guy that could barely speak English asking us to tell him how to say lots of things in French (this resulting in much hilarity.)
We had a great time, and I took about a roll and a half of film. The scenery was beautiful, and I'm told it's much more like Europe than pretty much the rest of North America. If Europe looks anything like some parts of Québec, then I'm going to start packing my bags right away! One of the things you'll notice in my photos is that I shot quite a few trees. This is because I've never been to a very wooded place at a time when the trees changed colour, and the leaves turning yellow and orange and pink fascinate me. There are 37 (I think) pictures online total, and only one of them has me in it since I was behind the camera the rest of the time... it's #15 in case you want to deliberately avoid it. Enjoy the rest of the scenery!