• LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

Leaving Canada - well, almost

Lunch in Danville in this beautiful old church, now a restaurant.

Leaving Quebec City we decided to have one more night in Canada and internet shopped to the beautiful little village of North Hatley. Along the way we stopped in Danville at the suggestion of our Canadian hiking friend, John Kerr. His suggestions for the Canadian portion of our trip have been great. We had a wonderful lunch in Danville then drove on to our B&B in North Hatley, another picturesque village on a beautiful lake.


John Kerr was born in Danville and he has relatives in this cemetery. His great great grandfather carved out a farm in this village in 1815.


North Hatley is the town on the shores of Lake Massawippi. It was pretty sleepy but must be busy in summer. The homes around the lake were beautiful and most had their own docks.


We took a three mile walk to the Hovey Manor and enjoyed a cocktail on the lawn outside this gracious old hotel. It was cloudy but warm and by the time we walked back we had shed our coats and were ready for dinner in the only pub open in town for dinner.


A little park on the shore of Lake Massawippi.


Walking bridge for views of the lake.

© RON & CLAUDIA