We got to the Archives about 10:45 this morning and started right in on researching the Chief's family. They kicked us out for an hour at noon because they close for lunch, so we ate in a nearby cafe. Ciabatta sandwiches with ham, brie & apple were very good; only change I'd make would be the bread. We also split a piece of carrot cake, which was nice and carrot-y and not overly sweet. A man obviously down on his luck came in while we were eating and the Chief acted in typical fashion. He went up to a cashier, gave her a $20 and told her to use it for whatever the man wanted to eat, then to give the man the change.
We went back to the Archives for another 2 1/2 hours before packing it in for the day. We thanked the staff for their help, and Eric reminded us that we'll still have account access when we get to the Archives in Quebec.
We stopped at 2 different grocery stores to pick up things for dinner, then took our haul back to the hotel. We started with happy hour: wine (for me) and beer (for the Chief) and cheese & crackers on the balcony. Beautiful day for it - nice and sunny, with a mild breeze. Dinner was chicken legs and broccoli salad, followed by an oatmeal raisin cookie (with no detectable cinnamon).
Tomorrow we're off to Yamachiche to see if there's anything worth seeing there and to see a few places named for the Chief's ancestors. Sure hope the weather holds...