So when you hear a story about a Montreal man who managed to make his car jump over 6 lanes of traffic on highway 20, it's not exactly shocking. Although it does make you wonder how the hell he managed to do it.
The accident was reported to CJAD by a man named Matthew Berube.
“I look over and there is a car airborne. I watched it clear all four lanes of rush-hour traffic, land nose-first in the ditch on the Cardinal side of the 20. It then rolled end-over-end, rolling over the first two sets of train tracks, then landed on its roof in the middle of all four sets of tracks.”
When police arrived and the witnesses told them what happened, they didn't actually believe it. Later they confirmed that the car did manage to completely clear the highway.
What's ever crazier is thatsomehow the man managed to survive the initial crash and witnesses claims they saw him crawl out of the car and ran away from the crash. Sadly he died later that night.
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts has been free for on the last Sunday of every month for awhile now, but I bet you didn't know that you could go to ALL the collections and discovery exhibitions for free! This is not a drill. You officially don't have to spend a dime to see beautiful artworks from all across the globe.
I went yesterday with my sister for a project and was pleasantly surprised at the ticket-booth to hear that it is free for everyone under 30! We were able to visit all the permanent collections and enjoy a peacefully beautiful afternoon in Montreal.
Not to worry, if you aren't between the ages of 13 and 30 or over 65, you can still go for free on the last Sunday of every month! The museum was popping with people making it pretty busy but there wasn't any long lines to wait in.
Quebec is home to some stunning flower fields and farms, however none compare to this stunning "pick your own" flower field located near Montreal. With a variety of flowers ranging from sunflowers, daisies, tulips and many more, you can expect to make a beautiful bouquet and take some fabulous Instas!
With the stunning weather we have been having and will be having in the up-coming week, I suggest taking this small road trip to Cedar Circle Farm! They also have strawberry picking, pumpkin picking and other farm activities.
Cedar Circle Farm is located 3 hours away from Montreal in East Thetford which is between the mountains of Vermont. The whole farm is surrounded by stunning flowers and mountains making for a beautiful landscape! They even have planted flowers that you can buy and grow in your garden.
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This has been THE location for cute pictures due to the colorful flowers that you can find around every corner! Cedar Circle Farm has 40 acres of flower fields and even 6 greenhouses so you can pick your own ALL year long. Plus, you can 514% trust Cedar Circle Farm since they have been growing flowers and certified organic fruits and vegetables along the Connecticut River since 2001!via @susanna_lee_taylor
Our pick your own flower patch is open 10-6
The garden is open from July through late September
Check in at the farmstand for scissors and a bucket
Prices are per stem
The cut flowers we grow are carefully selected for color, stem strength and vase life
If you happen to just ADORE cotton candy, then you probably have a big sweet tooth that can be quenched with this insane smoothie! It is referred to as drinkable cotton candy and can be bought right here in Montreal. It's sweet, yummy, and 514% delicious.
I first came across the drinkable cotton candy on Instagram and I was sure that it was a one time deal, but to my surprise you can get it ALL year round at Chocolats Favoris! So, you don't need to go to a fair to get cotton candy, you can just drink it up right here in Montreal.
They are located between Downtown Montreal and the old port on 150 rue Ste Catherine Ouest local 276a and they are open every day from 9:30-11PM. So, if you a cotton candy smoothie to start your day, now you can!