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. Continue reading The Islands of Lake Champlain.
Lake Champlain is a long lake which has shores in Quebec, Canada, and Vermont and New York, USA.
It’s big, and it’s beautiful. Continue reading Lake Champlain.
Quebec’s Eastern Townships always provide a scenic and interesting visit. Continue reading 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 … Continue reading Quebec’s Eastern Townships in Autumn. Part 1.
Summerside. Summerside is a lovely town. We had lunch with friends in a fabulous cafe called Samuel’s, where the food … Continue reading Touring Prince Edward Island – Part 2
Prince Edward Island is an absolutely enchanting place. It’s pretty, everywhere you look.
Continue reading Touring Prince Edward Island – Part 1.
As a lifelong devotee of ‘Anne of Green Gables’, a visit to Green Gables was one of my top priorities when I finally got to Prince Edward Island.
I had no idea, though, that this minx of an island had a few lovely surprises up her sleeve. Continue reading Stalking L.M. Montgomery on PEI.