Auberge Blue Heron

Address: 24372 Route 134, Dalhousie, New Brunswick, E8G 1E6, Canada | B&B
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This B&B is located on 24372 Route 134, Dalhousie.
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New Brunswick - the most Canadian Province

A travel blog entry by cyclingmo on Sep 28, 2015

9 photos

... route to town, and we were able to get the constant sound and rush of traffic out of our ears and brains. Being on a bicycle on such a busy road is not fun!

My fellow travellers, determined to miss the busy roads next day, decided that they wanted to try a 230 km ride around the coast through the resort area of Caraquet. It was Nadine's turn to drive, and I still wasn't in shape to do that kind of mileage, so Nadine and I took the busy route to ...

Lots of miles

A travel blog entry by jdswed on Sep 17, 2015

6 photos

... joke. They say not so nice things about the Quebeckers, and the French speakers in particular. We share some of our experiences. The woman asked us if the trees are starting to turn, and I say that the colors seem to be changing here closer to them, she blurts out "nothing ever changes in Quebec!" We think we can make the ferry if we get on a more direct route. We stop again at a Nova Scotia visitor venter and get on the phone to make reservations for the bike and ...

Wow! Great day, great scenery and good roads

A travel blog entry by jdswed on Sep 15, 2015

16 photos

... We make it to Saint Anne Des Monts where we plan on taking route 299 across the Chic-Choc mountains through Gaspe National Park. We stop for gas and Subway and I notice the spot device is not on the tour pack where I had been strapping it. I went over to Tim Hortons, the Canadian answer to Starbucks, to use the Internet. I located the spot back about two hours from where we were. It sent its last message from there. It seems that it did not survive the ...

The ride along a protected salmon river

A travel blog entry by jdswed on Sep 11, 2015

18 photos

... bad, with sharp bumps every 30 feet. There is no regularity to them so we weave to avoid the ones that aren't camouflaged. There is no center stripe for some reason. There are large dairy farms here, one has a castle like house, so we stop to look. We also see some very large logging operations and pulp plants. There are houses here that have the look of a logging yard with the amount of firewood they have put up. ...

Sunday - Village of Gaspe to Escuminac, QC

A travel blog entry by ljjohnson on Jun 07, 2015

2 comments, 14 photos

... We had a great dinner of east coast seafood and great political talk.

One of the great things about politics is the number of friends I have across the country. I hope to visit Stacey and Jason later this summer in Calgary.

I have no clue where I'm going tomorrow. Maybe I'll have time to walk on a beach. Stay tuned!

I can't figure out how to integrate the pics into this blog using the iPad app but check them out ...