Québec Roads - QC 202
Chemin Ridge heading NE just north of Huntingdon. QC 202 jogs along it for a few metres.
East past a wind farm to Montée Brooks. St-Antoine-Abbé can be reached via QC 201 ahead, but it's much more convenient to have used QC 209 from Franklin and there are really no connecting streets beyond there that this destination would serve by following 202.
Chemin Jackson NB west of Hemmingford, then EB in town at what was once a fire truck but whose wheels have been jacked. Makes fire response way slow.
Not a lot going on here, just some signs at night; the 202 shield among the 223's looks a little older.
Now some eastbound signs at dusk. One would expect a construction sign to be reused, but not with such an ugly shield.
Québec has by far the best snowmobile route system I've seen, which makes sense because they're the farthest north I regularly travel. The provincial routes go up to 300, and the snowmobile routes at least include the 500's (so no overlap), plus they get the cool wintry shields and their own miniaturized regulatory and warning signs. This EB assembly is at the base of the header photo on this page, facing Chemin de Bord de l'Eau NB.
Ch. Molleur in Pike River, leading south from QC 202. From what I'm seeing, the intent is to confuse drivers into going slower than they need to.
EB in Bedford, on across Pont Freligh, a bridge across Ruisseau Dutch Street. But it's not a street, it's a creek. Why not Ruisseau Rue Hollandaise?
Onto QC 223
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