I’ve never walked on a frozen body of water of this size before. We were in Quebec over the holidays and managed to slip away from the city for a couple days to a cottage on the Missisqui Bay located on border of Quebec & Vermont. We wanted to check out the frozen bay and went for a quick walk that turned into a whiteout adventure within 5 minutes. Luckily we ended up timing our walk right around golden hour which wasn’t really visible due to the overcast weather. Within a few minutes the whole bay was engulfed with snow and wind. The overcast skies eventually shifted into this stunning warm peach cotton candy colours cascading over the snowy tundra which made for an incredible backdrop for photos. We eventually found our way back and warmed up at the cottage surrounding a blazing fireplace for dinner.
We were recently in Montreal and NEEDED to get some good brunch in while we were downtown. No questions asked, Passé Composé was the spot we needed to go to. We had been there a few months back and we thought it would be the perfect place to take our friend Katlyn for her first time in Montreal. The day started out pretty rainy and gloomy, but the drive there was pretty peaceful and good music made it even better. What better way to start your day then getting dope breakfast when you're hungry.
The spot is located in the Gay Village and everything is pretty colourful around there. We walked passed some beautiful murals and had to snap a few pics. The menu was pretty extensive and incorporated exactly what the french do best: french toast, fois gras, and anything really. Needless to say, all three of our meals were so delicious that we ended up getting too full!