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Published on Apr 29, 2020
This is what we asked you last week, and you were quite a few who offered us your ideas. Reading your responses was inspiring and we thought they might also inspire others. Here are some examples of what you wrote.
I’d go out for a ballad on the Estriade with my son and my father. I’d also appreciate having supper at the Edgar Hyperlodge Microbrewery with my wife. I’d spend an evening at the Autodrome in Granby. I would drive out to explore Mount Pinacle with my family as well. —Patrick
I would love to attend a wonderful concert at Orford Musique after having enjoyed a lovely meal with my friends. - Louis
Cycling … just that, cycling! This is what I miss the most. Around Bromont, Orford and Sutton, there are so many great circuits to explore - Catherine
I can’t wait to go for a walk in the vineyards around Dunham, to have supper in a Sutton restaurant, to go shopping in our lovely Bromont boutiques, to enjoy a show in Magog, to visit our public markets… - Serafina
A pleasant walk by lake Memphremagog followed by a delicious supper in Magog, this is what I’m looking forward to! - Ginette
I imagine myself going for a walk with my lover through the marsh at the Marais de la Rivière aux Cerises on a beautiful sunny afternoon, and to end the day savouring a plate of Fish’n-chips at Les Enfants Terribles restaurant, in Magog. - Louise
I’m looking forward to hiking again in the Parc national du Mont-Mégantic. The Franceville sector offers so many superb trails to explore. - Angélique
I would go to the ObservÉtoiles, at Au Diable Vert’s mountain centre, in Sutton. - Jocelyn
I can’t wait to go to Spa Nordic Station and relax in their installations. - Anne
I can’t wait to enjoy some great suppers in our region’s restaurants: L’Gros Luxe for the ambiance, Pizzicato for the pasta, Baladi for the lamb and shrimp skewers, Piazetta for the pizza … and Chocolats Favoris to spend some time with my grandson. - Laval
I can’t wait to go trekking and camping on the trails of Sentiers de l’Estrie. - Jean-Marie
Many people also mentioned they’re really looking forward to going camping in the region. For suggestions of places where you can put up your tent (once the season opens), read our article 15 Campgrounds to Discover this Summer.
2 metres, 20 seconds, a face covering... You know the drill. This summer, we all need to do our part to make this vacation season both enjoyable and responsible.
(In fact, I can even stand apart.)
(Anyways in #touristmode, I'm in no hurry!)
(Ring ahead to avoid the crowd... it’s that simple!)
(I promise... this is no time to joke around.)
Together - For a safe vacation - Let’s be responsible.