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This Canadian escapade starts for me in the rain ... Yes! It's fall. But whatever. In the Laurentians, the colors of the trees explode, even under a gray sky.
Autumn in the Laurentians
I did not come across the famous "Indian Week", supposed to offer a last respite of sunny sweetness before the winter ... At a little over an hour from Montreal, in the park of Mont Tremblantwe take the mirettes full. Even under an umbrella!
By car (automatic) for Mont-Tremblant!
In Montreal itself, the maples of the long avenue where the friends who shelter me do not have these glowing colors yet. You have to get out of the city to take the full measure of Quebec's fall.
We rented a car to make the trip to Mont-Tremblant. An automatic ...
I drove. Unprecedented experience of dosing speed without clutch pedal. A little confusing, but we get used to it. Just slow down and accelerate. It is vaguely like driving a toy car anyway ...
But how good it is to go off on your way, to stop where you want, when you want!
The red house under the flamboyant trees
I knew it would be beautiful, but I was really stuck by the colors of the trees. Fall in Quebec is really spectacular!
I would be well spent the beginning of the season in this pretty red house, nestled under the flaming canopy of the forest, overlooking the lake ... (Well, of course, with an internet connection, anyway.)