kayaking down the lachine canal

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If you're ever in Montreal, kayaking down the Canal de Lachine is a pleasant way to spend the afternoon.

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14 comments

  1. oooh i'm going kayaking tomorrow actually in alberta and this has gotten me so pumped up...

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  2. I'm leaving for Montreal on Sunday! maybe I can cajole my family into trying this with me!

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  3. *O* Beautiful long hair! I love it! You are great, I hope that my future will look like yours.

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  4. I do love kayaking...great shots, as usual. :)

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  5. Amazing! I'm heading to Montreal later this year.. will add it to my list :)

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  6. I was there last year and it was one of the highlight during my trip in Montreal. I went in July so the breeze was so cool and nice. It was fun and does not cost too much.

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  7. something i must try, love Montreal!

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  8. i would absolutely love to try kayaking! i canoe & paddleboat, but never kayak.
    thanks for the sweet comment on my blog--i'm SURE that skirt looks fabulous on you! so happy to have found your blog!
    love, leigh

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  9. whoa!!! I've really missed out on google reader! I'm loving everything you post! This looks like so much fun.

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  10. i love kayaking! never done it in a two seater though. those pictures are particularly gorgeous!

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  11. That looks like a fun-filled day for you guys. Canal de Lachine is a great place to kayak indeed. I enjoyed looking at those pictures.

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  12. You guys look great there. It is good to know that they do not allow motorized boats there in Canal de Lachine.

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  13. With a crystal clear water like that, I wouldn't bat an eyelash going there instead of the white water rafting gatlinburg where I am just so used to.

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