Wow. That was a crazy game. At first, all of the cars were American and the street signs were in English. Then I couldn't find anything for 20 miles in any direction. So, naturally, I assumed I was in Missouri. And then I saw a french sign. So I then guessed (correctly) Canada.
Unfortunately, I know nothing about Canada other than it's America's hat. I know even less about the french language and even less about the metric system. So I wandered for a long time before coming across the Trans-Canadian Highway. I was excited until I realized that the next closest town was 45 KM away and, after that, 111Km away. Picking which way to go when you're lost is a pain, especially when you can only name 4 or 5 Canadian cities and "Old Dawson Trail" isn't one of them.
I finally made it out after about 2 hours via an airport in Kenora, Ontario. Come to find out, I was driving Away from Winnipeg (when I started in Manitoba) the whole time. Fun, but nerve-wracking when you realize that Canada seems a lot like all the worst of Nebraska with all the charm of Siberia. No offense, of course.
Yeah I gave up on mine. I was in an area with a lot of junkyards and construction companies, but there were some trucking companies too, so let's say I stowed away on a transport truck. They tend to drive long distances.
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Okay, I just lucked out on that one. I landed in a suburb, but painted on the road in front of me was "Zone Ecole", and to my left was a mail box with the Canada Post logo. A quick check of the flagpole at the school confirmed I was in Quebec.
In Quebec, if I just head SW far enough I'll eventually hit either the US border or the Highway back to Ontario. So I did that, taking each larger road in turn, and I'm now 2 KM north of Montreal. I should be able to drive home from here.