Tremblant, Les Falaises By Canus
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... Blale and Kat tried the maple beer - it wasn't too bad, with just a hint of maple flavouring at the end. Next thing we know the owner comes out with half a pie... yes you guessed it - Maple Pie! It was hard to fit it in, but we all managed haha. It certainly was deliscious.
Sadly we didn't get to meet 'Lou Lou' the wolf who lives at the shack she is on another farm for the time being.
We had a tour of the maple farm learning about how the syrup is made. ...
... the drive back to Ottawa. It just so decided to snow like **** on the drive back which converted our normal 2 hour drive to 3 and a half. This stressed Jenny out a little bit as she was having her welcome home party tonight.
We finally arrived in Ottawa at about 9:30 and luckily no one had turned up yet. The party got under way at about 11 and it was a true American Pie style "kegger" Imagine 3 kegs, red cups, ...
... decided to go back up the mountain. On our way back down we ran into the other three who had on their own accord decided they were ready to tackle the big mountain.
We did a run down with them and of course it was 3:30 so it was time to go home. On the way out Kellie bought a true Canadian treat which was a line of hot maple syrup poured in the snow and rolled onto a ...
... lights on the mountain for 24 hour skiing events so why they don't have night skiing is ridiculous! So anyway 3:30 came around and we had to leave.
We got back to the hostel and the same again. We sat by the fire and had some more beers and watched some hockey. Travelling with 2 chefs is amazing because they cooked amazing dinners and Alex and I did the dishes. Pretty good trade off if you ask me! ...
... br> We got picked up at 1, but had a bit of a hard time choosing an outfit to brave the -35 temperatures. I still hadn't got myself some winter boots so opted for my snowboarding boots and it turned out to be the best decision. We got picked up in a van and got driven about 20-30 minutes out of town from Mt Tremblant to a lodge with miles of dog sledding trails. When we arrived we got our briefing about how to work the sleds which all seemed pretty simple. It was a bit of a struggle ...
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