Thanks, but I don’t need a gun.

Kelly's journey-map I write predominately, about Atlantic Canada, but I get many people commenting on my posts and asking if I have been here, or there? Why don't I write about past travels? I don't write about past trips because they are in the past and I don't live in the past. However, fellow bloggers... Continue Reading →


The Last Fatal Duel. New Maryland, NB

After I was done digging into the past On The Trail of Loyalists,  pardon the pun. I unearthed some characters that left behind a legacy beyond honour and Old Glory.  Who Done it? George Frederick Street, born 21 July, 1787 in Burton, N.B. to a British land granted immigrant. He was a lawyer, politician a judge, an... Continue Reading →

East Coast Bucket List

The Bucket List has become a cliché, and a bucket is definitely not big enough to contain all of the places I want to go, and the experiences I wish to hold. So I have to add the Bowl list, and a few Jars Lists, which I can easily fill if I choose small enough... Continue Reading →

Murder, A Moai, and A Hobo, Fredericton Junction

  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... Continue Reading →

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