Thank you Canada.

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Living in Maine, we have the occasional spillover from our neighbor to the north.

Canadian coins, poutine, and select craft beers float over the border regularly. But now?

I have to thank their army.

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Dessert in a glass. You can’t go wrong with that.

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So thank you Canada!

Winter never looked so good.

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23 thoughts on “Thank you Canada.”

  1. That would make a dandy milkshake. I won’t say I don’t drink, but I could buy a back pocket pint today and still have some at Christmas. I hope you don’t think I’m a bad person.
    I do love Canada. Poutine, Tim Horton’s, Rush, Gordon Lightfoot, Red Green and the Trailer Park Boys (RIP John Dunsworth). Holy moly, what a country.

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      1. If the fries were cold and greasy, OK, but gravy elevates everything it touches. Then there’s cheese curds, woof. You’re still OK with me.
        When I do drink liquor, it’s generally something like Maker’s 46. I don’t think they sell that nectar by the pint.
        Have you ever had a wee dram of Hell-cat Maggie? They make it in Ireland and ship it here in barrels. I’m sure price isn’t a major concern for you, but at less than $20 a fifth, it’s a steal. Steal some, you’ll be glad you did.

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