Memphremagog


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Memphremagog

(ˌmɛmfriːˈmeɪɡɒɡ)
n
(Placename) Lake a lake on the border between the US and Canada, in N Vermont and S Quebec. Length: about 43 km (27 miles). Width: up to 6 km (4 miles)
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One additional Town, Glover, in the Lake Memphremagog watershed is included here as well.
While in the Eastern Townships in Quebec for the 125th anniversary of the Church of the Advent, I enjoyed a visit to Abbaye Saint Benoit-du-Lac, a beautiful Benedictine abbey nestled in the hills surrounding Lake Memphremagog.
Also called eel-pout and poor man's lobster, they live in very cold, deep lakes that include Willoughby and Memphremagog.
Saint-Benoit-du-Lac est membre et est representee au conseil de la Municipalite regionale de comte de Memphremagog.
Chopping firewood at their rustic family summer place on Lake Memphremagog ("body of beautiful water") in Vermont, still Diner's summer sanctuary where he chugs along in a 14-foot aluminum boat powered by a '58 three-horsepower Johnson.
Magog is a well known rubber and plastics epicenter that is located in the Estrie region of Quebec and in the MRC Memphremagog.
A favorite spot is a retreat on Lake Memphremagog in Vermont, where he can take his small aluminum boat with its classic outboard to fish, or kayak to one of three rivers running into the lake to enjoy the birds and wildlife.
Le cours de la riviere Magog s'etire sur une distance de quelque 32 kilometres, du lac Memphremagog ou elle debute, a la riviere Saint-Francois dans la ville de Sherbrooke, la ou elle se jette.
His life, through his telling record of it, Little concludes, shows how the radical revivalism that swept through this region tended both to challenge the patriarchal power of fathers and fatherhood and forestalled the trend toward domesticity that modern changes would eventually bring, even to places like Lake Memphremagog.
However, bigger ponds and lakes such as Lake Memphremagog produce a buffer effect that lowers the intensity of flow.
A group of our members and friends enjoyed a trip on July 14th, 2000 to the site of the Austin Monument at Gibraltar Point on Lake Memphremagog.