Saint Louis Low Tide

  An idyllic scene from famous Stewart Hall shore in Pte. Claire overlooking Lake Saint Louis during what seems low tide as warm summer sun warms everything on a bright, clear blue sky day. This was the scene last Friday, June 22, 2018 when we visited this Canadian heritage landmark site in Montreal's West Island, … Continue reading Saint Louis Low Tide

Risky Transit

================================================================================================= Kayaker's very risky transit on wind-swept water of Lake Saint Louis thankfully ended landing on north shore in Pte.Claire, Quebec that bright sunny Sunday in September. As the photo clearly shows only one occupant of the small watercraft is wearing a life preserver while paddling on open, choppy, "white cap' populated, already cold, deep, … Continue reading Risky Transit

Lake Saint Louis Whitecaps

===================================================================== These Lake Saint Louis whitecaps are the result of a blustery overcast day during the last week in April 2015. I was visiting someone in Dorval and stopped my car near Lakeshore Road to take a number of pictures of this lake, this is one of them. This lake is actually a large bay … Continue reading Lake Saint Louis Whitecaps

Canard Tale

=================================================================== The canard tale in this short video is real despite the combination of these two words each one meaning to lie. They have evolved in the English language as meaning a falsehood, lie, or cheap trick. These ducks are the real McCoy, "canards vrai" translated into French from where 'canard' (duck) derived and this … Continue reading Canard Tale