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... to change (apparently the West winds are the best), the tree is
triggered to send the sap upwards to feed new spring growth. This is when the farmer will tap the tree,
traditionally with a bucket rig-marole, and more modernly with plastic tubing
feeding into much larger receptacles.
The sap at this stage appears exactly like
water. Clear, running fluid.
After collection the sap is heated in large
vats and ...
... I was crossing into Canada, the border guard questioned my reasoning for driving this particular route, and found it necessary to warn me that it was a boring drive. But in order to get to the big cities, you have to go past the small neighborhoods, and that's what I did.
I got into Montreal just after noon, and had time to grab lunch before checking into my room. After that I began my own ...
... walked to the top of Mont Royal (which Kate complained nearly killed her, but that was before she met Quebec City). Kate had her first and then second poutine, and we both tucked into some delicious blueberry pancakes at a delightful diner called Beauty's.
All in all I think we did well in Montréal. Highlights for me were the Jardin Botanique and the Biodome although both had very hot and humid areas that I did not care for so much. The only major tourist thing we did not ...
... then we were back out in the snow and walked to the train. Our waterproof hiking boots are not surviving too well in the snow and the ridiculous amount of salt everyone covers the ground with. Some repairs are needed when we get back to warmer weather.
That evening we went for a walk and got tickets to cirque de soleil. We had some time before the show so we went to a little pub and tried some poutine for dinner. One each was tough. Hot chips, ...
... many of the 65 embassies in Ottawa, the parliment, Supreme Court, National art bldg, museum of Canadian history, She also showed us the riseau canal cost 1000 lives to build took 6 years to build, built with hand picks and shovels. the riseau canal is a ice skating rink in the winter workers and parliamentarians are seen skating to work with their brief casees and saves kids.bus ...