The Montague Rose B&B
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... to eight hours! I have to say, the view was worth the hike. We reached the ancient lighthouse around 8:50 in the morning and wandered around the manicured lawn (complete with flowers) and took in the breathtaking views of the Passamaquoddy River and the Bay of Fundy. There wasn't much more to see, so we started the trek back to the car (with a stop to skip rocks) and drove down to FDR's Summer Cottage.
We pulled into Roosevelt Campobello ...
... tour. Following their blog has given us lots of ideas and we arrived at the Passamaquoddy Seaside Ocean campground in beautiful St Andrews by the Sea within minutes of each other. With the sun shining, we camped right beside the water and had front row seats to the high tides of the Bay of Fundy. Stella led us on a exploration of the beach at low tide and we scrambled up rocks and ...
... caught our interest was the number of succulents that were planted there and which survive the cold winters there.
After the tour, we were treated to a caravan hosted lunch at the restaurant on the grounds. The sandwiches, salad, and desert were very good.
From there, we walked down to the wharf area and their downtown area. This is mostly a tourist ...
... Before supper, the kids had two activities. First, they made colored eggs with vinegar and dye. The second one was in the living room and they needed to find candies and chocolate eggs and they put them in a bag to take home with them.
Furthermore,today we went to the USA for Chinese food in a small restaurant. It was like a buffet and I was really impressed, because it was very good.
I was really happy this week, because like 5 ...
... as this was our first view of TV after being in the woods for days. It's always a little disconcerting, after coming in from the peace and quiet of camp life to the hectic pace of life that we call life in the 21st century. On the TV they had a Canadien version of the Amazing Race, going just around Quebec. Kind of cool.
After lunch we continue south. We have to do the border stop, and we get a nice guy who makes fun of my sunburn and all our camping ...