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Nice, safe, clean, place to stay. (its a gated camping community) We will stay again if we are in the area!
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100506 Moncton, New Brunswick
Along the way - Upon entering Canada, we reset our clocks to Atlantic Daylight savings time so now, we're + 3 hrs in relation to Alberta. Warning signs of "Moose Crossing" and "Deer" appear and much of the highway has chain-like fence on both sides with one-way gates (spaced every 1000 feet) where an animal …
... out of a field with a forklift and sling. We also saw another field where pumpkins lay under quilts and blankets like babies in a nursery. One small shed housed some quite interesting hockey memorabilia area which we were told was just a small portion of the giant collection that Howard Dill owned. He was a huge hockey fan as well as a huge fan of giant pumpkins. We bought a butternut squash, a small pumpkin and some Courtland and ...
Dawn here! My journey is actually starting a little earlier than Stephanie and Barb. Today I board a plane for Stockholm to visit my first best friend who I haven't seen since 1998! I'm so excited to have this opportunity to reconnect with Karyn ... and get to meet her lovely hubby and adorable little girl. As I sit waiting for my ...
... just before Moncton and travelled around the outer limits of the city when we missed the turn at the round about. Jill took us on a scenic drive of Moncton city till we turned onto Hwy 114 to Hopewell Cape. This is a lovely road with autumn trees in front of the homes and views of the river and little towns as we travel to Hopewell Cape. Reached our destination at Wendy Johnston Pottery and Artisan's Suites at round 12 noon but our suite wouldn't be ...
... and it reminded me of home. Lots of trucks filled to the brim with potatoes. I've heard of King Edward potatoes but not Prince Edward. Maybe it's the same person once he was promoted. I don't know, I can't be bothered to google it. Potatoes don't interest me that much. Unless they are in a crisp packet and Smokey bacon flavour.
We had been offered a cabin to stay in in the small rural town of Malpeque. On Newfoundland we had 'Jigs Dinner' with a ...