Thursday

Summer's not quite over yet!


Oh it's so good to be home! I've had a wonderful few days in Montreal, but the best moments have been out in the country... 

We went hiking in Sutton last weekend with these guys, and it was just beautiful! Summer may be coming to an end, but it certainly didn't feel that way deep in the forest or out by the lake.



We spent a few days in the Eastern Townships where my parents live. It is such a gorgeous area to explore. We love going around wine tasting at the local vineyards, berry picking, and sampling all the freshly harvested produce. 
Have you ever tasted corn that was freshly picked the same day? Once you do, you can never go back!

 My parents garden is exploding with abundance. I think I ate about a million toasted tomato sandwiches!

It's funny that I have so many different places that I call "home" right now. My current home up north in Chisasibi feels like home. Montreal certainly still feels like home. But then there's the country... it's where I grew up, where I feel at peace and deeply connected... I guess that will always be home to me too. 
Is there a limit to how many places you can call home, because I think I may be exceeding it!

I hope you're having a wonderful week.
oxo

11 comments:

  1. I love this post! The photos are breathtaking :) And hiking looks like so much fun!

    xo, gina

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  2. Awesome! It looks like you had a great trip! xoxo

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  3. What fabulous photos! Having multiple home simply means that you feel welcome wherever you go. That's something very special to hold on to.

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  4. these photos are absolutely beautiful! i have yet to taste freshly picked corn, definitely putting that on my bucket list. ;)

    <3, Mimi
    http://whatmimiwrites.blogspot.com/

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  5. I just discovered your blog and am a huge fan! I used to live in Montreal myself, and I love that city and miss it a lot. It's great to be able to check out photos of a place that I love. I still go up to Canada, but on the West coast now. Feel free to see pics on my blog. :-)

    xo, Anna of (Green Gable)

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  6. oh pretty sites! i love fresh fruit photos! glad you had a great time and enjoyed the many views....i am so glad you call many places home too! not to many do! xoxo

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  7. Amaaaaazing! Thank you for this. So glad you got to hang in the country... I miss the townships so much, especially day-of corn!

    Especially lovely photos this time!

    Just a Silhouette

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  8. Oh yumyum tomatoes!!
    I've never tasted fresh corn, I will keep it in mind for sure!

    Looks like you had a wonderful time at the countryside.

    Have a great Friday dear!

    x

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  9. Such beautiful summery photos! Makes me wish I was there.

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  10. All your photos are so dreamy and those blueberries look delicious:) Btw: so happy that you got the tote bag:) Thanks so much for letting me know:) Happy weekend. Muah

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  11. Hun, your pictures are beautiful! It was sooo great to see you!

    ...I just love that little kitty cat chillin in the fruit basket. So adorable.

    xoxo

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