This is officially the last installment of my photos from our trip to Canada. You’d think that travel photos would be a little easier for me to throw up on the old blog, but, you know, I’m a procrastinator. These are photos from our quick side trip to Montreal.

Montreal was nice! I’d definitely go back if the opportunity presented itself. Unfortunately we were only there for about 48 freezing and icy hours. We didn’t get to see much of the city. Instead, we navigated our way through the city’s elevator-free underground (what’s up with that?) and explored the Biodome.

The Biodome is an indoor space that houses plants and animals from four different habitats: the Tropical Rainforest, the Laurentian Maple Forest, the Gulf of St. Lawrence, and the Polar Regions of the Labrador Coast and the Sub-Antarctic Islands. I think I liked the tropics the most, but Boo-Boo had a ball with a river otters in the maple forest. Between the two otters and him darting around, I couldn’t catch a decent shot!

Here’s what I did manage to capture: Capybaras chilling with some ducks, a colorful Macaw getting a shower, lush foliage, Porcupines sleeping in trees (who knew?!), translucent Sea Anemones, and Penguins.

 That’s all for Canada! For more about our stay in Ottawa, read here and here.

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