Auberge Le Vieux Presbytere de Bouctouche
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We drove 100 miles north to Moncton, New Brunswick on our route out of the Maritime provinces. Two important reasons to stay near Moncton. We want to visit one last famous and beautiful spot on the Bay of Fundy, AND, we want to find a place to watch the Seahawks play their third game of the season. Moncton is a little way inland, up a river. It's Sunday and our Passport America membership enables us to find campgrounds for half price during the week so we make our way ...
... weight. The twisting thing, I'm sure you would get used to. But it is an amazing highway bike and is very fast. I really felt that the 1200 was just too heavy a bike to be fun. It gave me the feeling that "it" was the boss, and not me. The 800 was like a Jack Russell, lightweight, and ready for rider input.
I have only one more bike to try before the winter. (Triump Tiger XC) Out of all the bikes I have ridden, I still give the edge to the ...
We had a leisurely start to the day leaving camp around 10 and stopping to check out the beautiful, sandy beach and a visit to the 'Woodchuck's' shop of carvings and collectables. The wood carver was a very interesting (read eccentric) man, but he did some amazing work. He did wall carvings the size of paintings. They were 3 dimensional, each one telling a story. He had one piece that had about 9 frames to ...
... Weston. We found a nice campsite after passing many that resembled huge caravan parks, with vast fields filled with row upon row of gigantic caravans. The lady at the campsite spoke very broken English- this is very much a French speaking area and the campsite is also a winery so it feels much more like we’re in France than Canada.
After pitching the tent (that we can now do in about 10 minutes!) we headed out to walk the ...
... snow melt water was too cold for Laura to stay in, but James enjoyed a nice swim. After a nice walk, we enjoyed a dinner of pasta and cream of chicken soup. Our only task before bed was to raise our food out of the reach of any hungry black bears. The device was missing a key part -- the hook-- so we had to improvise. Using a log as a counterweight and a bit of ingenuity we were able to make it work. That night at Sipu we fell asleep to wolves howling in the distance. ...