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... sundaes. Scott, Jeanetta and Briana Irving joined us around the fire.
Sunday - more threat of rain but we remained dry - and the weather had cooled down making it comfortable. The best thing about the whole trip was the lack of mosquitoes here in the woods - a few houseflies but no mosquitoes or blackflies - couldn't have been more perfect!
We had omelets with ...
I was treated to another visit to the Nashwaak Valley! Unexpected, but so welcome. My guide and driver was both a cousin and a historian. She picked me up at 5 pm. After passing through Marysville we turned right and followed NB route 628 towards Penniac. I learned that a stretch of 628 between Penniac and Manzer Brook is still referred to as Manzer Road. All NB roads have been ...
... of worshippers who regularly use the meeting rooms of the Centre for their Sunday meetings. It was heartwarming to see all the families in the Red Cross room. Hurricane Arthur is finished with Fredericton. NB Power is on the scene of downed power-lines in the suburbs. All will be back to normal in a day or so. The flooding in Manitoba and Saskatchewan is a more desperate ...
... up with the tour group in the evening, so if I am not sleeping off the jet lag (probable) then I will be taking a stroll around to see some sites on my own. I do know someone else on my tour already - my friend Lynn from England, who I met on my Sri Lanka trip last year. The first thing I'll need to do when I arrive at the airport is to get some local currency ... the Moroccan Dirham is not available outside ...
... at times. The border official was very friendly. This was just as well since the cheeky New Zealander Peter called out when the guy asked who was aboard "just some dangerous New Zealanders!" I think his wife wanted to smack him, but it was too late, luckily the official, unlike many in his line of work, had a sense of humour, and we got through with no troubles. Not so another bus that was ahead of us in the queue. It had been pulled over to the side and there were ...