Frazz likes the cold and gloom, so do I.
It’s cold in Quebec too, but in a different language.
Go hiking on Google Earth.
Young Calvin loved the snow. Older C/F seems to have no problems with it, either.
Snowstorms relieve the cold and gloom of Michigan winters …
He will just have missed the Québec winter carnival.
It is a new level of cold there. They were talking about Shackelford in Antarctica where it was so cold that fillings shrank and fell out of teeth.
I went to give a seminar to Wisconsin in the winter. GRAY, GRAY and more GRAY! I was told that drinking and suicide were prevalent.
So. once again we reach to . . . no conclusion?
I have posted this before, but I will again. If you love maps Mapheads by Ken Jennings is a great read. It covers everything from the first maps that warned “there be dragons here” in what is now the Americas to geocaching.
Québec—the province, or Québec—the city?
You prefer paper maps because you’re delusional?
O, there’s no Canada like French Canada, it’s the best Canada in the land
Current Sat Eve Post sez paper maps are making a comeback…Steven Wright is making a map of the US, scale 1:1 “the problem is folding it up” HA!
@BOB, “ Il Fait froid “
Cold is seldom escaped from by travelling northward (unless you are starting from the Southern Hemisphere)
There are companies which sponsor virtual hikes with real medals available. Conqueror Challenges is one; you can sign up for hikes based on the real world or ones based on fantasy, such as The Lord of the Rings. You get digital postcards, trees planted, and other incentives to complete your goal.
July 31, 2013