Auberge Wild Rose Inn
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... creates the phenomenal Fundy Tides, which overpower the rivers flowing into the Bay of Fundy and reverse their direction two times a day. Hopewell Rocks is by far one of the most spectacular natural formations you will visit anywhere in the Eastern region of Canada. We arrived around 9:45 at low tide, then went into the Interpretive Center, drove around the area ...
... of us a moose decided he would cross the road. We slowed to about 50km an hour to give him ample time to cross the road as I shouted MOOOOOSSSSSEEEEEEE, and took a few quick photos. Needless to say, this is the highlight of my trip so far! I think he was a young moose because he was a little skinny and had small horns but boy was he still huge. No night driving for us while in NB!
We stopped in Kouchibouguac National Park. A nice little spot along the NB coast ...
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 ...
... at the WestJet bag drop line and then we had a four hours to pass before our last flight into Halifax. It was now close to lunch, but restaurant options are pretty basic in St. John's. We ended up getting bagels and cream cheese and some donuts for a treat. I recognized the logos at the neighbouring concessions and asked if Compass Group operated them, and sure enough, they are Compass accounts. This is the same company I work for, so it was neat to be able to meet ...
... This power point has no relay and is wired with a simple fuse directly to the battery. So now I got my GPS back, but not the heated grips. We were on the road and heading for the Picto ferry for the 08:15am crossing. As we lined up for our forth ferry of the trip, it started to rain. We waited for the ferry up in the lobby of the ferry terminal. The crossing was short. It only took us an hour to arrive in Caribou PEI. We dodged raindrops all the way to Charlottetown where we fuelled. ...