Photographer's Note

People here in Quebec are not afraid of cold at all!
Contrarily of what we could think, they go outdoors often, even if it is frette (very cold). There are many activities for having fun.

On this picture we can see the slide installed at the end of the Terrace Dufferin, for high-thrill seekers.
At the end of the slope, a gravel ground decreases acceleration and the aventure finishes on a snow bank (WS-1).

The Terrace Dufferin (WS-2) overlooks the St. Lawrence River right by the Chteau Frontenac.
The terrace owes its name to Lord Dufferin, the governor of Canada from 1872 to 1878. He's one of the few people who fought against the demolition of the fortifications, which we can still admire today all around the city.

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Additional Photos by Maria do Carmo Vieira Montfils (Docarmo) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2915 W: 313 N: 4253] (9767)
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