Discussion in 'Montreal Canadiens' started by Lshap, Mar 13, 2015.
OLD MONTREAL STREET:
“There’s no entrance fee to the best lookout point in our city.”
The Jacques Cartier bridge:
LEONARD COHEN MURAL (VIEWS):
Habs, fans celebrate Montreal on "514 Day"
Any suggestions for a ball hockey league? I'm looking for one that's accessible by public transport from villeray/parc extension.
@PhysicX . A few lessons would be beneficial. Must be a lot on the net nowadays though. Swing at home if possible and in front of mirror,even use a broom and close your eyes,teaches balance and rhythm.
If you are already on the SS,might as well stick around there,less hassle with traffic.
Caugnawaga is fine,lafleaur,bellevue,meadowbrook,rive-sud, actonvale,further away. These are a few that are not killer tough to play and not hi end rates. Some driving a bit but same idea,International 2000,golf des iles.
There are many others to play depending on time allotted for driving and can get the cut off rate if flexible that are worth the drive and money.
Are those your pictures?
What camera and lenses are you using?
Check this out, 5k
Found this site recently and still getting my feet wet. Had no idea something like this existed,good on who ever started all this.
Did not know where to put what I want to say,hope here is ok?
I was a long term resident in the city long ago and loved watching and listening to hockey and Montreal was the best. Played hockey as long as I lived there and afterwards as well.
The more I get familiar with how things go, I shall try to get more involved and can already see that clashes and headbutting is a near certainty.G'day.
That I remember.
Is that real? was he from Montreal?
I did not know that whales were in that area,is the water clean enough now?
Excuse my ignorance,but is that date posted real time more or less? was the virus not present there?
A bit, but the whale was not supposed to be there and died later on
That is a shame.
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