Hiraeth is a Welsh word that expresses a strong connection one feels with a place, whether it is home or a place that feels like one belongs there.
I use this word for my feelings for this beautiful place because there isn’t a word in English that means the same thing. … More Philipsburg, Quebec.
Ausable Chasm is located at Keeseville, New York.
… More Ausable Chasm, NY.
Lake Champlain is North America’s sixth-biggest lake. I like to think of it as only just missing out on being one of the Great Lakes. Within the lake, on the Vermont/New York side of the Canadian border, lie a number of islands that were first seen by European eyes in 1609 when Samuel de Champlain led an exploratory expedition through the area. … More The Islands of Lake Champlain.
Quebec’s Eastern Townships always provide a scenic and interesting visit. … More Quebec’s Eastern Townships in Autumn #2
I’d seen maple trees and other autumn colours in Australia – dotted here and there, or lining a street. I had seen photos of parks and forests full of colour. I knew they were beautiful. I saw the leaves starting to change colour in Nova Scotia just a week before I arrived in Quebec. But nothing … More Quebec’s Eastern Townships in Autumn. Part 1.