North Pole Resorts
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Our campsite in Wilmington, New York is in the "100 Acre Woods" section of the “North Pole Resorts”. The resort is located only a candy canes throw from North Pole, NY where Santa has a workshop as well as a U.S. Post Office with the ZIP code 12946.
Setting aside our aspirations to meet Saint Nicholas, our true reason for …
... like he was a rugby player - and he was (played for 11 years). When he heard our accent, he could not wait to engage us in conversation about all things football, Jarryd Hayne and how good it was to watch him play for the 49 ers.
We finished the day on the boardwalk along the foreshore of Lake Champlain after a little retail shopping at L.L. Bean.
An overcast day greeted us for the second day of our photo tour. Not quite the weather we wanted but better than rain. A very cool breeze made it seem colder than it actually was. Steve, our guide took us again on roads least travelled - old barns, covered bridges, quaint villages and a waterfall being on the agenda. We stopped for a break in Warren, New England's Nimbin. It is still the home of draft dodgers from the Vietnam War, has ...
... They were built over corn stalks with round heads and hats. We saw all sorts of costumes including roaring 20’, the sixties, the 70s, etc., and outfits from different walks of life. A spokesperson for the village said, the kookier and brighter the outfit, the better. Villagers put these “leaf people” out at the autumn equinox and they attract visitors to the village.
So, a few more thoughts about the Bay of Fundy with the curiously high tides…there is a spot on the St. John River called Reversing Falls, located in St. John, New Brunswick. This is actually a place where the incoming tide pushes sea water against the outflowing river, forcing sea water upriver. Later at low tide, the water flows the opposite direction, the river pushing the ocean back where it belongs. ...