O Bois Dormant
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... catholic churches we've ever seen, Saint Mary Star of the Sea!!
After this we continued our day trip to Lake Willoughby, a beautiful lake created by the glaciers!! Where we joined the locals & went swimming!! It was a warm day - 78 degrees - perfect for a swim in a cool mountain lake! I found the most incredible rock in this lake, I'll treasure forever!!
We have done a bit more travelling recently but one thing is for sure one does not have to venture far from home to have a fun filled weekend. Our wine tour and anniversary get-away was loads of fun and only an hour away from home. It was nice to experience well paired food and wine from the local region. We are planning to return and this summer and enjoy more of what the area has to ...
2014 is a special year and since January we have been celebrating our 30 years of love, friendship and marriage. The duo cruise in January, the trip to Puerto Vallarta in June and now our weekend wine / gourmet tour in the Eastern Townships. We are fortunate to have several wineries very close to home. This weekend starts with a stay at the "little castle" as ...
... us back by the time our bus left for Dublin. Unbelievable! We get to see the Causeway by the ocean, the Dunluce Castle, and the Carrick-a-rede rope bridge which I just can't wait to cross, just the three of us with our own personal tour guide! The people of Ireland are really very helpful!! And Saturday, we can visit all the historical sites and museums of Free Derry and do everything we'd dreamed of doing! Thank you Derry Citytours!
We crossed the border at Stanstead and each student shared his or her papers with a customs and immigration officer. All went smoothly. We drive another 15 minutes and grabbed lunch at Burger King for those who ate their packed lunch for breakfast! Magog is the first bigger town after the ...