Between Akranesviti Lighthouse and the Hraunfossar & Barnafoss Waterfalls. was a roadside attraction. It wasn't on our itinerary. I just saw it, braked and parked in front of a sign saying FOSSATUN. "Oh thank you for stopping," Tracy says, pushing her door open to get out. We have stopped because of an enormous troll head. Tracy... Continue Reading →
Norstead, L’Anse aux Meadows, NFLD
Norstead Road I'm in the mood for more Viking living history and Norstead, a non-profit attraction, is just 2km away from the National Historic Site and UNESCO site of the L’Anse aux Meadows-Viking settlement. NLFD I step into the tourist office, which is much smaller than it appeared on the outside. Squeezed into the space are... Continue Reading →
Rexton, New Brunswick, Canada
I follow a post on one of my social media sites that has pictures of amazing place in my province of New Brunswick. When a photo of the bones of a tall ship grounded on the shores of the Richibucto River came up. I thought, I have never been there, I need to go see... Continue Reading →
Magnetic Hill-Moncton, New Brunswick.
2846 Mountain Rd, Moncton, NB E1G 2W7 It is Atlantic Canada's oldest attraction, the sign says. my mother went sometime in the 60s. The story she told me was about driving down a hill and coming to a complete stop, then you shift the vehicle into neutral and slowly remove your foot from brake. To... Continue Reading →
Marshalltown, Nova Scotia
Maud Lewis Memorial Site Years ago I was in Halifax with some family members and we visited the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. Being an art lover, it was a memorable experience but the most interesting display was that of Maud's actual house inside the gallery. I recall the interior walls were covered with simple... Continue Reading →
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