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... their craftsman's suggestions from French to English and promising not only a perfect repair but a stronger, more sturdy encasement. Just one week after dropping it off, my beautiful ring was back on my finger again and both Steve and I were ecstatic at its shiny return. Lesson learned, this job is not one that such a precious piece of jewelery can withstand its hardships, now I take it off when the job requires manual work.
Five days coasted by as they often do ...
... most beautiful strawberries I have ever eaten.
Caught the bus home, going most of the length of rue Sainte-Catherine, which is the main commercial street of downtown Montreal, so many interesting shops and not many people about. These large North American towns are fairly flat, and some streets can go for miles.
When we got home about 5pm, the temperature was -18, feels like -28. And about to get colder. The boys are in a cottage in Yorkshire for 5 days ...
... Crescent and the more English end of the street it becomes very similar to Oxford St with big shops, shopping malls and the like.
We walked the full length of Rue Catherine back to our flat and recharged before another busy day of sightseeing.
We were up and out the door by 0930 for a 1000 free walking tour in the Old Town. The walking tour was good, two hours long with lots of little pieces of interesting facts about the history of ...
... once back from BC my plane was leaving from Montréal so that's where I stopped last. And then for what seems to be the thousandth time in my life I changed country.
I went through all my pictures taken during that time in Québéc to try to find the lost ones, the strange ones and the extraordinary ones. Many of them were taken with cell phones so the quality isn't great. But they were all part of the adventure!
The first cloudy day we have had. The first task is to figure out how to pack. We picked up some extra clothes. So packing will be like tight. Evil travel day begins. So here we sit. We are 2 hours into our 23 hour journey. Paula is a machine. She bought a book because her Kobo fried, and she is about halfway through it. On board. Incredibly hot. Well we're about to land in Montreal. It is ...
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