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... the people in the flats just below. I have painted the view from the balcony a couple of times. Not well.
Visit to Mont-Tremblant to see Graeme
Last Thursday we drove the 2 hours to Mont-Tremblant to visit Alan's brother in his new "residence" in nearby Weir/Montcalm. He has downsized from his large home and, despite, shedding hundreds ...
Another year, another wonderful night of wandering the underground, staying up late and enjoying our great city. We hit all the usual sites: First the party zone at Place des Arts, with its glowing ferris wheel, inflatable domes and dance zone down at the end of the quartiers des spectacles. New this year? A zipline extending across the length of the site, probably allowing for some great views on the crowd, but with a ...
... for a window seat and set up shop for the afternoon. I catch up on the blog that I have neglected for a week and Hinesh writes in his travel journal. I drink a mocha and Hinesh has a hot chocolate. His drink is way too sweet but mine is pretty good. I have to admit that the Quebecans know how to make pretty good coffee, shame they still let Tim Hortons in their province.
We meet Jez and Lesley at 4.30 and the guys take us on a quick walking tour of Mile End. ...
And we're back.
Todays resume, wind, wind, tons of wind. Not head on, from the side but still most of the time against it. Hard day, but I made it. Feeling very proud about this trip right now.
Saw a lot of cyclists going the other way, turns out to be a fundraiser ride: Ride to conquer cancer. They ...
... for themselves..... and a few are blurry because the museum didn't allow flash photography (although I got a few in!) but due to the effects of the glass and color, I still included them. To me, they look even more artistic....thank you thank you thank you Mr. Chihuly, and thanks to the museum for hosting this exhibit. Absolutely fun, imaginative, breathtaking, cool and engaging. I had to go through more than once, enveloping myself in the fantasy world that is Chihuly glass.