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... when near other dogs - not sure if he wants to lick them or disembowel them. But I still like this dog. Another lovely dinner cooked by Maggie, with a lemon curd cake to celebrate Brian's birthday from the previous Thursday. It all seems so normal to sit chatting over dinner, then I realize I have not seen her for 20 years! And may not see her again for a long time. We attend her lecture tomorrow arvo then kick on ...
... of this buzzing city. We even saw marmots in the park. I had only seen them as a child on holidays in Austria before. It was crazy to see them in a city like Montreal now.
And lastly I got introduced to roller derby by my sister. Having been a team roller skater in my youth I wasn't quite sure what to expect as I never really heard of roller derby. But this was a unique and fun evening filled with excitement, great ...
... park again, but I split off for home and turned in early.
On Wednesday, my internet was down again. It was so frustrating. I really am a slave to technology, and I am 100% alright with that. Except when I don't have it...
After a quick breakfast, we all met at the Musee La Pointe-a-Calliere in Old Montreal, which was basically a history museum on Montreal. It was interesting, but by that point, our brains were pretty saturated with ...
... toilets, restaurants and cafes. To be fair to the Canadians, the standards have been higher in the two cities we've visited so far. Anyway, enough of the toilet talk but these things are important. Other differences we've noted is the lack of politeness as we've become accustomed to everyone standing back , opening doors and apologising for every minor inconvenience ( as we may have mentioned in our earlier postings). There is also a startling lack of obesity, ...
... town of Baddock where Alexander Graham Bell lived. The drive over was so scenic, beautiful blue lakes, Fall colors and many interesting facts by our tour guide. He told us that when the British gave Nova Scotia its independence they were able to vote whether to stay with Canada or become part of the United States. The vote was 5000 short of becoming part of the United States, our loss. Another sad fact is that Nova Scotia is the number one place in the world ...