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Today we drove back through Calais, Me. and across the border into New Brunswick in Canada. We added yet another hour to our time zones, making it a four hour difference from home. We worried that they wouldn't let the dogs into Canada, but we had no problems at all.
Our first stop was to the Ganong Chocolatier. in St. Stephens. The entire city is part of a chocolate factory and museum. We stayed just long enough to ...
We left Bangor today and once again just drove to see what we could find. We drove through Calais, Maine, which will be our furthest point from home here in the U.S. It's another quaint little town with great people.
We saw a tiny little sign with an arrow saying camping to the right and took the turn. About a mile and a half down, the road turned to a narrow gravel road. ...
... area at the start and there were heaps of people everywhere. By 4pm we had seen enough and decided to make our way down the New Brunswick. We stopped just before Saint John to get some dinner and had a good catch up with Ange. We got in to St. Andrews after 9 and stopped to use the internet at Tim's. We had to buy some more car insurance as it runs out tomorrow.. Bugger.! :P We found our way to a carpark and called it a ...
... very gentle with us and he said to me: “Did you practice your text before you come? Because your English is good!”
On the road we talked about our life, she is very sweet. She said to me: “My father speaks a lot… like me!” and I said to her: “It is perfect, because I need to practice my English!”
When we arrived in Bangor, I was a little bit scared, because it is bigger than St. Andrews, but it was ...
... creatures of the Bay of Fundy and Atlantic East Coast. Another yummy lunch of deep fried clams and fries, this time at the Clam Digger. Who knew, Rachel likes clams. Wandered around S. Andrews some more, checking out the wharf at low tide, plus had a quick visit in the old Mallory house and barn. Drove over to Ministers Island during low tide. Friday, August 30 Time to return to Toronto. Said our goodbyes and then headed to Sant John airport for the flight ...
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