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Carol Houle

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Carol Houle is the author of fiction, relationships and crime novels available in paperback and ebook formats at Amazon, Lulu, iBookstore. Carol lives on the island city of Montreal in the St. Lawrence Seaway; a city that never sleeps where the stories abound. Her genre is a blend of romance and crime ~good girls who fancy bad guys. Seven novels including: The Missing, Minimum Safe Distance and The Box. See them all at http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/carolhoule

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  • Laval Nature Center
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    Laval Nature Center

    14 months ago

    An oasis of botanical greenery & flowers, a spring-water lake, marches & wildlife, combine this with a petting zoo, playgrounds, greenhouses, an observatory, and playing fields for all. Come on in!

  • Oka National Park
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    Oka National Park

    21 months ago

    The quaint waterfront village of Oka is one of the jewels of this national park rife with biodiversity, heritage, mountains, beaches and marinas. It's the perfect setting for outdoor tourism.

  • Mushroom Sauce & Pasta
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    Mushroom Sauce & Pasta

    10 months ago

    With chicken or without, this savory mushroom sauce together with your choice pasta, ravioli or tortellini is ready in 30 minutes. Also good with Perogies, dumplings and pot stickers.

  • Cabbage & Lettuce Salad
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    Cabbage & Lettuce Salad

    16 months ago

    A family favorite from our house to yours. The perfect salad for family gatherings at holidays, BBQs and picnics. Or just any ole day o the week!

  • Snow Garden
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    Snow Garden

    14 months ago

    Winter is not for wimps. Though if you've ever had a close look at a snow flake, it's splendor is nothing short of miraculous. Discover the miracle of snow.

  • Old Port of Montreal
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    Old Port of Montreal

    10 months ago

    A magnificent port. It's the gem of Montreal for us and for visitors from all over the world. The cobblestone streets and many restaurants in Old Montreal. The architecture a lone is worth the visit.

  • Ships Ahoy!
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    Ships Ahoy!

    8 months ago

    Visiting the Valleyfield marina. Cruising from port to port is my idea of an ideal vacation. The yachts, the restaurants and the fabulous sunsets. Each port has its own character.

  • Italian Heirloom Zucchini
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    Italian Heirloom Zucchini

    22 months ago

    The zucchini fruit are among the hardiest "vegetables" in the world and they may be used in countless dishes, even desserts.

  • Cats in the Cradle
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    Cats in the Cradle

    8 months ago

    Animals we adopted, or, it is more likely that they adopted us and we adapted. And all our lives are richer for it. New photos added 2014.

  • University Club of Montreal
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    University Club of Montreal

    12 days ago

    Sample the history and architecture of a century-old private club in the heart of Montreal. Select few ever visit since it's a member's only Club; you must be referred or come as a guest.

  • Spring the Drama Queen
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    Spring the Drama Queen

    12 months ago

    The beauty and fascination of spring inspires and affects all flora and fauna, and human beings as well. This is the time when I carry my camera everywhere I go.

  • Self-Publishing
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    Self-Publishing

    12 months ago

    The story of how I wrote and self-published my novels. From the sorry beginning to the bitter end. I don't regret a minute of it.

  • Sainte-Anne-De-Bellevue, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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    Sainte-Anne-De-Bellevue, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

    18 months ago

    Ste-Anne is the place to be in summer, especially on Saturdays, market days. The sun, the water, the boardwalk, the restobars, the yachts and the nightlife.

  • Belgian Endive
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    Belgian Endive

    14 months ago

    The Belgian endive is light in flavor with a creamy-cooked or crispy-raw texture suited to any garnish, from soups, sauces, salads and delightful appetizers.

  • Magnolia Trees
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    Magnolia Trees

    17 months ago

    This is the magnolia tree my father planted and grew in our front yard which stands over thirty feet tall today. The enchanting blossoms draw spectators and photographers each spring.

  • The Missing
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    The Missing

    8 months ago

    A family oriented crime-romance novel includes a dance instructor and a hostage rescuer. Set in Montreal, this unlikely pair work through family and career obstacles in their quest for happiness.

  • Le Parkour
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    Le Parkour

    8 months ago

    Parkour is the art of displacement; primarily used to train soldiers and other fighters. Today it is used in films, music videos, games, sports and competitions.

  • How I Quit Smoking
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    How I Quit Smoking

    8 months ago

    I smoked cigarettes for 25 years and half that time I wanted to quit. This is the story of my battle with the tar sticks and my ultimate success.

  • Pizza Lovers
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    Pizza Lovers

    10 months ago

    How to make pizza dough, fast and easy. Pizza toppings from all-dressed to Hawaiian, veggie and smoked meat. Save money and make your own pizza at home, quick and easy.

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