Since I started this blog back in March, I have found a community of like minded people. The picture above is of two geese; one looking forward, the other looking back. I took it last February on a marshy area on the Fundy coast. It is a bit grainy but striking and I loved it. ... Continue Reading →
A Return to Amherst, old verses new.
In 1976, my family moved from Dartmouth, back to my father's boyhood home of West Bay, Cape Breton. I was seven year old and I only remember a turn off in the road with a sign saying Amherst, and the other pointed to Cape Breton. Soon after our move, my uncle Ainslie MacKay, sold his... Continue Reading →
On The Trail of Loyalists
During last three-year of exploring New Brunswick, I have stumbled upon locations of known Loyalist assembly. I initially noticed graveyards had bold signage, identifying United Empire Loyalist burial grounds. I didn't quiet get the importance of it. The Loyalists, sounds like a long historical story that I am not getting into, except for this sound... Continue Reading →
Fredericton, New Brunswick.
There is a grave buried under the street in front of this house.It has been uncovered and re-interned in the same place during road repair several time
Bridges To Cross, 2017 New Brunswick
"When one tugs at a single things in nature, he finds it is attached to the rest of the world"-John Muir, Written on the railing of a foot bridge on a trail, in Fundy National Park. Pictured above.3 min, look and read. I crossed a lot of bridges this year, physically and metaphorically. This is... Continue Reading →
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