A Return to Three Pines: Glass Houses

A Return to Three Pines: Glass Houses

What about your favorite place to read

In Three Pines, many villagers visit the church, with its stained-glass window, as a place of reflection.

Do you have a special place where you like to be alone with your thoughts? What about your favorite place to read?

29 replies on “A Return to Three Pines: Glass Houses”

What a wonderful and helpful feature this is! I have two favorite places to read: at my family’s cottage on Lake Champlain, South Hero, Vermont, and in my garden, at home in South Burlington, Vermont. I’d like to post a photo of each reading a Three Pines classic. ❤️❤️

One of my favorite place to read is the park in front of Brome lake books, next to Coldbrook stream!!With a coffee in hand, I can read for hours the incredible stories of Chief Inspector Gamache.

You are living a blessed life.
We live thousands of miles away in Oregon, USA.
We visited your lovely town several years ago – in honor of Three Pines. What a delight.
Covid has prohibited a return.
We hope to come back someday … and venture further into Quebec. Further and much farther East.., at the edge of where the St Lawrence starts.

I’m blessed with several places where I can let my thoughts mingle with my prayers and my reflections…most near is my son’s old bedroom, now painted a pretty yellow, and filled with crating supplies. Sometimes I sits n knits; sometimes I just sits!

My favourite place to be alone with my thoughts is St Joseph’s Oratory in Montreal
My favourite place to read is ‘anywhere I can’, I never go anywhere without a book or two with me!

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