South-east of Montreal in Quebec, there is a collection of small villages and towns known as the Eastern Townships. is at its most beautiful in the Autumn. Rolling hills are covered in colours that draw on every shade from green to deepest red in nature’s palette. Streams gurgle over rocks and along roadsides, pouring into larger rivers it into lakes nestled between the hills, surrounded by forests with houses dotted among the trees. Even grey clouds and occasional misty rain can’t dampen the ‘pretty party’ that the earth is throwing around here.
Another lake which deserves a mention is Lac Trousers.
Yes. Lac Trousers.
I saw this sign and thought, “What on earth??”
A quick consultation with Google Maps answered the question.
Given that the province of Quebec also boasts towns named Chapeau (hat), Drapeau (flag), Mayo, Asbestos and St Louis de Ha! Ha!, I guess it’s not so surprising.
The Eastern Townships are just gorgeous, especially in Autumn. It’s a parade of prettiness, everywhere you look.