We were fortunate to be taken in by a French family with the most adorable home and adorable bilingual children.
We tried out the snowshoes …
The 50 year old ones were a little awkward with my booties!
Can you believe this is their backyard? Unreal.
This little cutie has spirit!
It was a hoot to sit and the table of spirited Francais folks and try to guess what they were talking about :)
We headed back to the city Sunday and stocked up on sesame seed bagels – a Montreal specialty.
This humble joint quickly became my favorite for a cappuccino.
Mine was a working holiday so this portable office was out and about most of the time.
Sleepy boys, except Dane …
Reliving our failure of a date spot (the place we ended up after The Nutcracker – yep, the “fail”). We can laugh about it now.
Dane getting plastered by modern art at a hat shop with a designer who boasted that this is “sellable” … hee hee.
Blurry magic … I made the boys walk 10 hundred blocks in the freezing cold to find a healthy spot for lunch on New Years Eve day. A person just gets feeling boggish after so many treats!
This soup was a win …
Fresh pressed juice and smoothies.
Raw Asian Dragon Bowl
Wait til you see our New Year’s Eve supper!