After the moose encounter (in Forillon-national-park-QC-2), the rest of the afternoon was uneventful. Some washing up, snacking, followed by some cursing, and flinging things about, looking for my camera charger. Where the heck did that go? When I finally found it, I was out of sorts and totally committed to staying another night. Having by-passed... Continue Reading →
Falls Brook Falls
I finally got to visit New Brunswick's, disputed highest waterfall. Falls Brook Falls, is 70 meters high. Having been to the other two contenders for highest, Walton-Glen-gorge-ous falls, and Third-vault-falls, I can attest this one is higher. My friends Laura Harris, at Explorenb.ca/blog/fall-brook-falls. Has written a post about her experiences there. I though I would... Continue Reading →
Saint Alphonse, QC
Pulling out of the campground is no easy feat; these tourist are hard core. I put on my game face, squinting to pick up on the timing between vehicles as they whizz by. My internal stopwatch takes note that the next car approaching is moving a little slower. I jam the pedal down, the engine... Continue Reading →
Grand Falls, New Brunswick
It was just after 7 am Saturday morning. I was snuggled in my bed staring at the clock. I had nothing planned, but an idea was forming in my head. With all the rain we have had this May, Grand Falls is probably living up to its name. It was going to be our first... Continue Reading →
Nepisiguit River – Mi’gmaq Trail, Bathurst.
Map points of Interest I arrive at the second bridge at Middle Landing and turn into the parking area. It is just before 6 am but June's sunrise glow brightens the landscape early this time of year in Bathurst, New Brunswick. Fog rises up from the river in the cool morning air. I can only... Continue Reading →
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