Friday, February 27, 2009

Greetings From Mont Tremblant--Home of the Beaver Tails

We are at Mont Tremblant in Quebec for a week of skiing and having a great time. My son is mastering the snow board and riding on the rails. Snowboarding and skiing is such a great activity for boys--they love the outdoors and will keep trying (4000+ times) to master a thrill seeking task. He skied all day, then worked on snow board skills all night.

One of the best treats in Mont Tremblant is Beaver Tails. Served warm and we actually get the version call the "Trip"-which includes Nutella, Maple Syrup and Reese's Pieces-extremely fattening, but delicious.

12 comments:

The wife said...

That looks like all kinds of yummy goodness!

SPG said...

what a great time!!! mmmmmmmmm... I love Nutella!!!

Kellie said...

Oh my word....those things look AMAZING......I LOVE Nutella! Have fun skiing...be safe!

Pink Maple said...

I am so jealous :) I love Mont Tremblant and those Beaver Tails are quite a treat!

Milltini said...

ha! i blogged about beaver tails awhile back...i tried them out on my trip to Canada to visit my boyfriend's family. they are delicious!

Pink Pearls & Muddy Sneakers said...

I loved your post about fame below - you and your husband are so lucky that you get to make a real difference in your community / the world, and you have BOTH chosen great ways to serve. I went to law school because I wanted to be the governor of Maryland, but even if that never happens, I hope I get the chance to contribute something in the way that you & your husband do :)

Preppy Sue said...

Oh my, those look delicious!

M.Lane said...

I have ALWAYS wanted to go to Mt. Tremblant....and now the Beavertails too!!!

I'm going. Right now!

ML
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*Kimmie* said...

Those look absolutely sinful!

PLD said...

Yummy!!!

Tickled Pink And Green said...

I guess you have seen where the actress Natasha Richardson (wife of Liam Neeson) had an accident there (Mt.Tremblat)today and is possibly going to die. Weird huh?

Carol VR said...

I'd heard of these but have never had one. Mmmmm, they look delish!!!