We have seen wood sleds like this one many times on the road side, waiting for winter, often still with a Snowmobile attached.
When the temperature drops to at least -25c, in the winter, even in cities such as Quebec, a great deal of wood must be gathered and consumed.
Forestry is still a major industry in this region.
She described life as told to her by her family. Stories of hunting and a harsh life in the winter.
Our Bear friend with his nose in the bin. Luckily not our van bin.
This pretty scene is not a winter one but the ground is covered with a yellow lichen, soft to walk on and the food of choice for caribou.
We stayed the night here. Not so many trees for the bears to hide in!
It did feel rather Christmassy!