Auberge Le Vieux Presbytere de Bouctouche
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the time we spend sitting in the truck.
We arrived at our campsite and were able to park with the slide looking directly over the ocean. This will be one of the nicest spots we have camped. We can actually see a small portion of the Confederation bridge going to PEI. The tide was out so we took another short walk on the beach before we went out for a seafood supper at the Bel Aire restaurant. Yes, that was its name but it was recommended to us because all ...
... went to visit.
We hiked out the board walk to a barrier island about 6 km long where we saw Northern Gannets plunging into the sea in spectacular dives straight down, fishing for a meal. There were also hundreds of Common Terns filling the air over the shore in places diving for small fish. This is a breeding area for Piping Plovers, a small shorebird, very cute. We hiked the boardwalks and fought mosquitoes, ...
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 ...
... Laura crawled out of the tent, the situation was more than manageable -- especially with a good bit of spray. Our first outdoor breakfast consisted of oatmeal, eggs and salami, a hearty breakfast for the long day of clam digging that awaited us! Yes, that's right -- clam digging. Upon purchasing our one day digging permits, the rangers were happy to give us some insider information on the clam hotspots. Shortly after it began to rain, but we set off, undeterred. We ...
... her home instead of boarding her at the Vet for the night. Meds being ant-acid, anti-nausea, and mild pain killers. No food for the day, minimal water. Being a storm day, we're worried if her condition worsen that we will be stuck home, but took a chance anyways.
$400 Vet bill.........
so, we get home, worried, holding our breath and hoping for the best.
I'm cleaning up, clearing the counter so she can't ...