The Miramichi River Route, as I would do it.

Map of New Brunswick The Miramichi River Route A.K.A  Highway 8 is a scenic drive between Fredericton and Miramichi.;  I recommend to bit, chew, and digest, this awesome 174 kilometer strip of river and road, one attraction at time.  This is not a what do and see in Fredericton or Miramichi but what see and [...]

The Fundy Trail Parkway, Is Not The Fundy National Park.

I have been to St Martin's beach in southern New Brunswick many times, it is a little over an hour from my home.  I, like everyone else, stop and take photos of the two covered bridges,  the lighthouse, and the fishing boats moored to the pier resting on the sea floor. Then continue on to [...]

Summer Of The Beach

Shoulder surgery has forced me to quash my adventurous side and come up with new ways to keep myself content and still feed my inner travel beast. I believe I have successfully done this by hunting out new beaches and visiting old favourites.  I have been rather successful judging from my tan.  Here are some [...]

METEPENAGIAG HERITAGE PARK  The Day  of Repatriation of Indigenous Artifacts

https://goo.gl/maps/vBWGzRyEy9x I leave the brightness of the daylight and enter the shaded area of the walking trail.  I have yellow birch, some eastern hemlock some spruce and perhaps ash trees to keep me company. They are well spaced, tall but narrow in diameter telling me this area has been logged in the past.   Several [...]

Size Matters In New Brunswick

This is a photographic story to show you the general rule of thumb for honouring an industry, a species, or a historically significant event in New Brunswick. By building a Worlds Largest Monument ...Enjoy. Worlds Larges Axe in Nackawic, New Brunswick It represent the importance of the forestry industry to the area and the Province. [...]

Murder, A Moai, and A Hobo

Often while following one story, You Traveled Alone? I will fall into several others; A Venn diagram of travel. It was in Fredericton Junction, a sleepy community within a stones throw of my home, that this crisscrossing of history, geography and a fascination for the oddities, happened. As its name suggests, Fredericton Junction was long ago [...]