Map February 19th, 2018 It was our first observation of family day in New Brunswick, and as I posted in When it snows, I plan, I wanted to go for a hike on the Maliseet Trail in Hay Settlement just south of Woodstock, New Brunswick. I pack extra long johns, snow pants, a hat, mittens, socks, boots... Continue Reading →
Map of Points of Interest Midland area of New Brunswick The January thaw has melted the snow back but the temperature has dropped overnight to -6 Celsius, and the air is calm. One of those perfect winter days I mentioned in my story, Off Season- Tourism and I plan to make the most of it. I grab... Continue Reading →
1.The oldest house is at 325 MacDonald Street. Known as the George Brown Home after the owner. Circa 1840 2. St John Anglican Church on Broad Road, has been a place of worship in Oromocto since 1792, The current church is the third one dating from 1920. 3. Duncan Wilmot, one of the Fathers of Confederation,... Continue Reading →
Port Hastings When I was here in July there was a rather jolting drop from the bridge to the road, I am pleased with the smoothness of the new pavement. I am now on Cape Breton Island. Port Hastings area to be exact. First stop is right here. I swing into the drive way on the... Continue Reading →
I see trees a house more trees, then a white house with a sign and a four-wheeled horse carriage on the lawn. This is it.
I take a miss steps and stubble; almost falling. I stop and look back at the root I tripped on, as if to scold it.
How many times can a person drive through a town and not stop to see what is there? Apparently, many. I am guilty. I have blown through on my way to the FUNDY NATIONAL PARK. Again on the way to the Hopewell Rocks . I spent a day looking for Semi palmate Plovers at Mary's beach last year, but... Continue Reading →
Snuggled in my mummy bag, I am warm but the cool air bites at my nose, indicating this will probably be my last night camping for this season. I reluctantly crawl out to meet the crisp morning and my senses are rewarded; a misty fog hangs over the pond beside my campsite at Adair's Wilderness Lodge.... Continue Reading →