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... down to its syrup form.
It takes 40 gallons (?? Litres) of sap to make 1 gallon of syrup. The syrup grade changes over the season, with
the highest grade, most delicate flavor being produced at the beginning of the
season. Towards the end of the season
the syrup produced is much darker and stronger in flavor.
Next on the agenda was a visit to Ben and
Jerry’s ice cream factory! OMG. We took the $4 tour, which was pretty ...
... do again. The second theatre was less fun - mum & Miguel dozed off and I wasn't far off! It was an introduction to constellations and space and should have been really interesting, but the guy's accent was so strong I couldn't make out what he was saying and rather gave up..!
After the planetarium we headed for the Biodome. This was essentially a zoo, but I guess a 'friendly' one?! Lots of birds, fish, penguins and puffins (very cute ...
... for a French-Canadian team. The first person to refer to the Canadiens as the 'Habs' was the owner of Madison Square Garden who thought that was what the 'H' on the Canadiens jersey stood for - this was an error - the logo (C rapped around H) actually stands for 'Club De Hockey Canadien'.
We returned to the hotel get ready for the ice hockey match. We caught the Subway to the Bell Centre where the Montreal Canadiens ...
... But now, yes, I have big news for you people: we are moving out of Haiti! Yes sir! After 4 and one half year, at last we're going. I say "at last" because we've wanted to go for some time, but did not want to go under bad conditions. So patience awarded us with a nice outcome: Richard found himself a job within his organization, so we're leaving in peace.
Peace is a purposefully chosen word here. Haiti was tougher to me than I could imagine. ...
... we went that fast, they brought around our meals and before u could say boo we were in Montreal, we de-trained (love that word bit like that little bloke on tv saying De-plane master de-plane ), and we went and checked into the lounge and waited to be called but typical Stewart he got itchy feet and went for a look around the Station.
Nancy heard the call for the Sleeper class people to go an register and when she saw Stewart swanning around ...