A frost covered grass field with trees in autumn colours; Iron Hill, Quebec
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An overlap of seasons. Brome Lake
Today, we’re taking in the overlap between Fall and Winter at the village of Iron Hill in Brome Lake (Ville de Lac-Brome), Quebec. According to an ancient tale, the village was named Iron Hill after surveyors discovered magnetic fields that interfered with their navigational compasses. The town of Brome Lake comprises of seven villages. These include Iron Hill, East Hill, Bondville, West Brome, Knowlton, Fulford and Foster. Each village here has its own charm with a mix of heritage sites, Victorian homes and vintage shops.