My 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

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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 [...]

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 [...]

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, [...]

Cape Breton- Part 3. Mowat and St Peters

It is a big mixed grey blue sky and I am excited to start today's adventures. I will be tracking down Farley's Arc. A track of land that was donated to the Nova Scotia Nature Trust by Canada's famous writer Farley Mowat. Then I'm off to one of North Americas  oldest European settlements; St Peters. The [...]