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... yes another zoo but this was everything Arctic, your moose, beavers, bears, skunks, racoons, polar bears, siberian tigers, bald eagles, caribou otters and all the things - terrific. 5 hours back to Montreal with both of them who took the opp to see Iris's sister.
Would go back to this part of the world, just not in Winter which sounds catastrophic.
Host rating: took so much time to help me and was so happy to see them after eight years so 11 out of 10.
... after an initial freak out at the steepness of the hill, he did well. Very cold again -25c or colder at the top and with the wind! We decided to sleep in tomorrow after NYE and go to a place on D'Orleans Island to dog sled, snow mobile and ice fish and come back for another days skiing on Friday. So it was home to shower, relax and get ready to go out to dinner at our favourite restaurant in ...
... Catholic cemeteries and found some Boisvert headstones, but none that pertained to our lineage. Boisverts lived primarily in Maurice and Chaudiere-Appalaches counties; Louiseville, St Leon de la Grand, Ste Anne de la Perade and Batiscan -- on north side of St Lawrence River. Then, on the south side in Lotbiniere, st, croix and St Georges. We visited Catholic Churches and cemeteries in all locations, but St ...
... which marked the start of the NWT Recreation and Parks Association's month-long game of tag. I received the inspiration for this event from this clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGvcQ_9B ekk Happily, the folks in my office are happy to participate (it's a small, fantastic NGO of people I adore). The rules are as follows:
Tag shall begin at midnight on Nov. 1st, 2013 and end at 11:59:59 on Nov. ...
... special effects several times since then, and used to be the premier tourist attraction in Quebec. It details five major battles that defined Quebec, using a large model showing the city as it appeared in the 1750's, and hundreds of tiny models of soldiers, ships and buildings. Quebec's strategic position at the mouth of two rivers, the fact that it's the only waterway link from the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes and the only walled city this side of the Rio Grande, made it ...