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... a few 'indoor’ activities. First was a visit to the Morse Farm
Sugarworks – ie, a Maple Syrup producer.
Maple syrup is produced from the sap of the Maple tree. I’m sure that’s pretty obvious. What we didn’t realize is how exactly this
happens. The season for the sap is
restricted to 6-8 weeks of the year in the spring. Over winter the Maple tree stores up its sap
in the roots underground. When the
... centre. We grabbed a bite to eat which was very much needed after our long bus ride (our meal for the day consisted of a muesli bar and a packet of chips). I bought myself a Montreal Canadiens jersey to wear to the game.
FUN FACT - None of us were entirely sure why the nickname for the Canadiens is the 'Habs'. So I did some research to figure it out. 'Habs' is an abbreviation for 'les habitants' which would seem ...
... partir mais on ne voulait pas partir les mains vides, sans job intéressant. Mais là, Richard s'est trouvé un job dans son organisation, alors on part en paix et tranquille.
En fait, de dire que je pars en paix est agréable, mais pas fortuit. Vous le savez, Haïti m'a éprouvé pas mal plus que je n'aurais pu me l'imaginer, même dans le pire scénario. Contexte humanitaire difficile, pays en déconfiture, le drame du séisme, son stress post-traumatique ...
We had a great drive today. We stopped for a nice lunch and went to the Ben and Jerry's factory.
We got to the hotel no problem and it's much nicer than we expected. It turns out it's in a great location right near McGill University, the metro, the art ...
... opened in 1829, and of the five years no work was done between November and April. This is the second church building, the first was demolished in 1829 after existing for over 100 years. Remember, the French settled here in the mid-1500's. Hopefully, the pictures will give you some idea of the awe inspiring beauty of the church.
Later we stopped at a sidewalk cafe (Les 3 Brasseurs - The 3 Brewers) which is also a microbrewery, and we ...