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Travel Blogs from Saint-Joseph-du-Lac
... uses golf buggies to get around her farmland, a quad bike for doing some ploughing and she also has a pretty nifty little lawnmower. I also get to try driving her automatic as I borrow her car to get about once its too cold/rainy for golf buggies!
The sheep and the 2 donkeys on the farm require feeding twice a day and have a tendency to wander when being herded between their barn and the fields. Ruki, the border collie, likes to ...
... she only had three good
hours sleep, before waking and not being able to go back to sleep. It started
snowing at night, and could hear the snowploughs coming and going all through
the night. There is an enormous storm hitting New York and Boston, and we are
getting the edge of it. There was about
10cm of snow. It’s interesting to see
just how they keep the roads and footpaths clear, with the snow plough
regularly clearing our street, ...
... And there is something magical about walking in the snow, at least when the wind is to your back. If the wind is your face there is something blinding about it.
But I'm getting ahead of myself. The astute (or demanding) amongst you may be wondering why you have heard more about my one day in the airports of the Western world than about my four days in Montreal. The answer is that I failed to check my box of adaptors before I left home, ...
... they were 1,5 millions in camps after the earthquake, they are now less than 300 000. It's a pity, because some of these remaining camps will definitively become slums. Cash for NGO(NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION) and the agencies of United Nations widely decreased, and the projects are more and more rare. Yes, the projects of constructions are among those which one can see from the streets. No bad thing. But problems of housing and shanty town were so enormous ...
... It was truly magnificent giving the history of how the settlers came over from France to Ville Marie as it was called firstly and now called and pronounced Moreal. We could certainly picture the wedding of Celine Dion in the vast Cathedral with it's 3,000 guests!!! The floor slopes dramatically so everyone can ...