The Montague Rose B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Days On Road In Canada: 19 weeks
Travel by Motorhome: 12,372km
Travel by Car: 5,703km
Total Travel in Canada: 18,075km
Wildlife Sightings: 5 Deer in St Andrews & Stella!
In July we drove very quickly through New Brunswick because hurricane Arthur hit Fredericton so hard, so now we are back to visit a few places before we drive south. So it will be our last Province to visit in Canada!
Our schedule ...
Today, we went whale watching with Fundy tide runners. The only problem was that it was SUPER foggy and we only saw one whale! It was called a fin whale. However, we did see many porpoises and seals. After whale watching, we went to a food truck called Clam Diggers. It was really good! I had the lobster roll with a side of poutine, when the poutine could've just been eaten by itself! It ...
... is a beach and it is very sweet, because if you want you can come back by the beach, but at the beginning I ignored this. I decided to pass by the beach and a little road in the forest to come back home, but we had a problem with the dog. He saw a deer in the forest and he went faster after the deer. Aya and I said to him, “Django come!” But this was not working and we lost the dog! On the forest road ...
... harbour with lots of whale watching boats and active fishing boats.
At 3:30 Danny goes golfing at local course and front nine is non descript but most of the back nine has wonderful ocean views. Course is not as nice as the ones in PEI but the views are great! I golf with a member and he shows me the way... Another HOT day.
BBQ dinner and it cools down a lot after dinner so no fire.
... at over 420 feet tall. We could see for miles. While we were up there we watched a huge rainstorm move in from over a mountain and then move off into the distance. It was so cool! We also walked around Fort Knox which was used during many invasions from British Canadians. After those 2 stops, we decided we needed to make some progress and our stops usually just ...