We’ve come to Quebec in search of the elusive winter

Winter is missing. I don’t know about where you live, but in my neck of the woods, the weather’s been nothing short of weird. I can’t remember the last time I went for a run in January in shorts without having to fly to a warmer climate. This year it’s happened twice.

The “scientists” say that an Arctic osscilation is holding back the jet stream and causing unseasonably warm weather. Maybe that’s part of it, or maybe it’s something more sinister. Either way, we’ve decided to set out in search of the missing winter.

Where does one start such a search? Why with a winter expert, that’s where. And who knows more about winter than Bonhomme. So, we’ve come to Quebec City where they’re hogging all the winter and celebrating it at Carnival.

So far we’ve found Bonhomme impostors hanging out at the airport trying to trick unsuspecting tourists. What they’re plotting, only the fake bonhommes know.

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We also found that they definitely are having winter here this year.

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Tomorrow, we’re off to continue our hunt for the real Bonhomme.

Let us know in the comments below if there are any questions you want put to Bonhomme.

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4 thoughts on “We’ve come to Quebec in search of the elusive winter

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  1. Think I am reading this a little too late to ask any questions to Bonhomme…..that’s too bad because I had some great questions! Hope you had a great time!
    Amy

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