Universite de Montreal Residence
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... at 4 pm, just as we arrived, but we still walked around a bit. There was a primary block building of three stories, in which the colony lived, and some very plain wooden outbuildings for the farm and communal activity center. Apparently sex was verboten, and so the colony would adopt young people from various orphanages in order to repopulate. I guess that really didn't work out for them, and they disbanded in the early 20th C.
We passed through ...
... Manoir Harvey (Harvey Manor). A period property set in a beautiful garden setting on the banks of a very large fresh water lake. An evening meal was included and the quality and style of the three courses was exceptional. Next day we continued our journey and met up with friends of Glen and Teresa's for lunch at their house overlooking another large lake, 1000 feet deep in places and with part of the lake extending into USA. A very ...
... outside, walked some more, then noticed masses of people walking. So, of course, we followed. Turns out there was a huge fireworks show (coincidentally, at dinner, Emme asked if we were going to see fireworks and we said no). It was an amazing show! Followed that with some ice cream, watched some live music in the park, and ended with about a 45 min walk back to the hotel. Great night! Everyone is ...
... we somehow reached our doorstep, dropped our bags and had to wait for what seemed like forever for our fingers to warm up so that we could hold the key again and open the door.
What a near-death-experience! And that just for a few groceries. A walk of not even ten minutes.
Dear Canadians, tell me please,what is your secret to surviving such, and even lower, temperatures without dying of frostbite or lack of food in the house?!
... including maple forests of Quebec and acadian forests that appear in other regions of Canada. These halls were much cooler reflecting the climate in Canada and showed towering trees, shrubs and the scrub that many small animals and plants inhabite. These animals on showranged from an otter, beavers, birds, squirrels, fish, sharks, eels etc. These displays were terrific and allowed us a chance to see elusive animals we missed in the wild. We didnt see beavers ...
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