Thank you Canada.


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.



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



So thank you Canada!

Winter never looked so good.


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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