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A nice little town ... emphasis on little. The heritage district was full of Victorian gingerbready type houses, and the New Brunswick Museum was interesting, but not a lot to photograph, sorry.
... Nope, this place is called Saint John. This place was once dubbed "The Loyalist City" because of the arrival of 14,000 loyalists in the late 18th century. There were several things we wanted to see in Saint John. It is famous for it's reversing waterfall, the Saint John city market in the center of town, the New Brunswick museum (we found was closed today and tomorrow), a church with a cod fish weather vane, beautiful old architecture, Fort LaTour and the ...
... Bay of Fundy through a narrow, rocky gorge in a series of rapids and whirlpools. The rising tide pushes on the river and slows the river current to a complete stop when the water levels are equal. As the tide continues to rise to levels higher than the river, the river’s current reverses direction, causing the river to flow backwards. We also had a cruise on the St John river, to the reversing falls ...
... he recalled this colourful breakfast cereal from 2-3 years back at a Flaherty Family reunion.
May served up huge breakfasts, especially for those like me who circled pretty much everything on the menu. She also baked all day and there were stacks of cookies when we got home each day - my will power was not at its best - yummy!
The French family was staying at the B&B (Corey, Roxanne, Jaden ...
... visit with 112 Euros to be used while Fay and I are attending the show. It can be used for champagne, programs, photos, etc. Not what we hoped, but something. And really, they could easily have said "Non! Pas de refund!", but they didn't. So, the moral of this story...it never hurts to ask! The second moral of this story...people all over the world have a heart! My faith in humanity wasn't entirely absent... just a bit jaded around the edges. But now...restored....totally ...