I LOVE DOGS.
THERE WERE SO MANY TODAY AND THEY WERE ALL SO ADORABLE.
Also, dog sledding is incredibly exhilarating. It makes you feel powerful and strong and the cold air rushing past your face while you ride through trails with your team is just perfect. I highly recommend it. Don’t be afraid to be in control either! I “drove” for two straight hours, then a break, and then Mr. Chokkattu drove the last hour back to the compound, and our path guide was about as big as I was. We managed just fine, though being a lighter weight has mild disadvantages (kids, for example, just by weight should not be given control of the sleds, as the family we road in a group with showed by constantly falling behind and falling off their sled. They were great sports about it though!)
Afterwards we walked around Old Quebec some more; this time stopping in a bunch of cute shops where people were carving wood and blowing glass and tried on a bunch of adorable hats, and into Notre Dame des Victoires for, ya know, the faith, but mostly the art. We had that maple on a stick thing, which was delightful, haha.
It’s sad that this is our last night here. I’d love to come back. maybe I’ll get a job at the dog sledding place…