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“Unless you’re the lead dog, the scenery never changes.” OUTSIDE QUEBEC CITY – That axiom from the world of dogsledding doesn’t apply if you’re the musher. Standing on the runners of a sled with six or seven powerful, yelping dogs … Continue reading
Are you looking for a fabulous vacation spot that offers history, music, world class dining, festivals etc…? Then Montreal, Quebec is just the spot for you! Montreal is a beautiful city with so much to offer. They hold the largest … Continue reading
I have met a master of Quebec’s artistic folklore. She is Yvette Michelin, a maker of intricate, finger-woven sashes created in French Canada in the 18th century. If you are in Quebec when she’s making a public appearance, go. … Continue reading
Unless you’re the lead dog, the scenery never changes. That axiom from the world of dogsledding doesn’t apply if you’re the musher. Standing on the runners of a sled with six or seven powerful, yelping dogs in front of … Continue reading
It didn’t take long to find my kind of restaurant in Quebec City. In a city filled with cozy cafes and fancy restaurants – meaning $35 entrees and even pricier wines – I sought something different. At home (Nashville, … Continue reading
These people are nuts. The thermometer says it’s zero, yet there are thousands of people on the Plains of Abraham just beyond the fortified colonial walls of Quebec City – and they’re having an outdoor party. I’m a visitor … Continue reading