!! Un petit sojourn !!

mcfaucon (35k image)Tomorrow I’m heading north to the only city in North America where you can get a little taste of Europe and also a taste of teenage balls. That’s right: Montreal! Everything is so French and so gay, even the motorclubs dress in white and march in the Pride Parade. I won’t be back until Thursday, so you will not see a post until then, but I promise this is my last sojourn for a while. You and the rest of the Internet will have my undivided attention upon my return!

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