A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of experiencing a true winter, where the temperature never got above freezing, and it snowed every day. Being a tenth generation Texan, my body didn’t quite know how to handle it.
In addition to some life-changing memories, unfortunately I brought home an upper respiratory infection that I am still trying to kick.
Village sur Glace de Roberval
I learned a lot though and I would absolutely visit during winter again. The snow is magical and there are so many fun activities that I would never be able to do in Texas.
Plein air de L’Anse
I’m working on a series of posts to share all of the cool experiences I had and how you can set them up to enjoy during your winter in Québec!
I also learned a lot about how to dress for this extreme weather and will help you save time and money when outfitting yourself. It’s not cheap, but there are certain things you’ll need to stay alive!
With Winter Carnival going on in Québec City, it felt like Christmas in February. There were ice sculptures everywhere, Christmas trees lined the streets in Old Québec, and with the snow falling, I felt like a kid.
May your journey be your muse,
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