Travelling Baron Blog

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GO TO THE DEVIL …VIA QUEBEC’S CHEMIN DE TERROIR

They say the road to hell is paved with good intentions. Well the road to Mt. Tremblant in Quebec’s breath-taking Laurentian mountains is paved with temptation. Mt. Tremblant, means “trembling mountain” from the earthquakes...

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HERD OF WOOD BUFFALO?

When Stephane Denis and his partner Sophie moved from Dieppe, France they purchased a piece of land smack dab in the middle of Quebec’s stunning Laurentian Mountains. Dieppe has a strong connection with Canadians...

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HANGING BY A THREAD!

As a first time TMAC Member ( Travel Media Association Canada) I had the honour to join my fellow journalists and photographers  on a recent trip to the Laurentians with as final destination Mont Tremblant....

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QUEBEC HERE WE COME!

Bags are packed, tickets printed, off to Quebec for a week of adventures with TMAC  @TMAC Quebec!  We will follow up with stories real soon!

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The Barony of Seabegs Anthem

This piece of music by the blind Celtic harpist Turlough O’Carolan. The title comes from the original Celtic name for the Barony, Seybeggis or Si Bheag and means “small dwelling place of the Elvin...

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Armorial Register

My coat of arms has been recorded in the International Armorial Register http://armorial-register.com/arms-sco/burden-gm-arms.html

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GLOBAL WARMING?

I have to admit to being confused about “global warming” myself. What I do read suggests that the province of Nova Scotia where I live is under a kilometer of ice about 80% of...

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Pagan Symbols in Dutch Churches

On a recent trip to the Netherlands, I toured the fairytale beauty of the little Dutch towns of Monnikendam and Broek in Waterland. The small houses are ancient, exquisitely maintained, and often front charming...