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... into one (very short!) week in Canada.
Helen had never been to Canada, so to start with I thought I would show her what Canada is about - Maple Syrup. What else is there to do on your first day in Canada but visit a Maple Syrup farm - a sugar bush as they`re called around here? We ate our fill of pancakes with local maple syrup, tried freshly made maple candies and had a wagon ride around the maple plantation. Before then heading to the first ever Tim Hortons shop ...
... Personally I don't bother rushing - if you're in the car for a couple of hours it's not going to make that much difference really. The other problem is road conditions. Especially in winter. If you watch the video, you'll see that the scenery at the beginning is beautiful. You'll also see the closer I get to home, the worse the weather and visibility get. This is part of the drive Vicki and I have to Gros-Morne, where we teach on ...
... me some time to have a think about future plans however, which has been useful - I've even applied to some UK graduate schemes, but I'm not sure how that will go! Anyway, this was just a quick note. I'm back in the snow. But I'm not going to ruin my nice sunny post with pictures of the snow. That's for next time! I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas, and will have a great year in 2015! Lots of Love Chloe ...
... type of maple syrup poured onto snow and made into lollipops. Yum.
After dancing until quite late, and consuming a fair bit of wine/beer, Friday morning was a bit of a disaster for the majority of us. I got myself through by buying myself a large Tim Hortons Vanille Francaise (vanilla latte). That evening I picked Chris up from the airport, and began part two of the adventure.
We went for an explore down into New England. Unfortunately there ...
¾ cup packed brown sugar
½ cup apple sauce
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1. Preheat oven to 350°F (175°C)
2. Line a muffin tin with paper cases
3. In a small bowl, stir together the milk and vinegar.
4. In a medium bowl, whisk the flour, cocoa powder, baking soda, baking powder and salt.
5. In a big bowl, mix the brown sugar, apple sauce and vanilla. Then add the milk from the small ...