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 [...]

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It All Started With Love

Sometime during July, I was taking some landscape photos around Brundage Point River Park in Grand Bay. There were two sculptures and I decided to using them as points of reference and scale in my photography. I was just being a tourist, play around with my camera settings. I had checked out the tourist information office [...]

Hampton, New Brunswick Part 2

The early morning light is perfect, the river is a mirror, and I am in the prettiest spot in New Brunswick this morning. I can't get enough shots. I crawl along the river bank, over rocks, between trees snapping photos; a little of this tree, maybe two trees to frame the picture. Then I have [...]

Gagetown Christmas in the Village

Every year in Gagetown, New Brunswick local residents, artisans  and community volunteers open their doors for a two day only event Called Christmas In the Village. This is the 22nd, year and it takes place on Nov 25 and 26th. I decided to take it in to start getting in the Christmas cheer. Map of town [...]

Humanity Found in Hampton, NB

The worlds ethics has been tested this year, filters have been removed and tactfulness replaced with bluntness. The lost of life through violence due to genocide, religious differences, hatred and racism have been enormous. For those who have never heard of  John Peter Humphrey,  he was the man that drafted the -Universal Declaration of Human Rights for [...]

How I Ended Up in Quispamsis. NB

New Brunswick has a funny way of luring me down roads. The next town I haven't seen is always just five kilometers away, then the next one is only ten more, then my original target location is left behind because I followed the rabbit hole. I had full intentions of doing my walk in Blueberry [...]

10 Things You Didn’t Know; Oromocto, NB

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, [...]