Travelodge Suites Moncton
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... people all speak French, the people who serve you flick between english & french at the drop of a hat. I wish I was that clever. Mother why didnt you bring me up bi-lingual ??
Anyway in Shediac they have the Big Lobster so naturally we had to stop there and get a photo. Theres lots of water around the town and all the RV Parks were full of RVs, I think a lot of the folks from cities around here park there vans here permanently. it was definately a holiday spot. We ...
... organisation and planning of the trip. Something to do with ferries not going where they were supposed to go. We flew from St John’s to Halifax, New Brunswick and then onto Moncton. The first flight was good and the second flight was on one of the smallest commercial planes out. I think it took about 16 passengers. We must have loaded up us the luggage area as we had a box as well as the tent in another box and then came our suitcases. We were carrying our ...
... to a waterfall and the other a coastline hike, Matthews Head, which took a little over 2 hours. They were both great hikes and we so enjoyed the scenery not seen in Florida. We also stopped at an overlook, Point Wolfe, where the river flows in to the Bay of Fundy and then to the Atlantic. A very scenic view!!
On the way home we stopped for lobster roles. Boy were they great with lobster right from The Bay of Fundy.
It was a great day full of sunshine and ...
... able to find my way home for the first month after I moved into the house because even though the house is in the Wilmot mailing district, I had to follow the signs toward Torbrook and not Wilmot.
The first leg of my journey was from home to Moncton. I will spend a day with Motor Maid Cheryl Swinnamer MacLaggan visiting and exploring the Moncton area. Time to pack up for the next leg of the journey to Saint John.
... purposes. Power the space heater and run a MIG welder. Breaker and Heater are now installed. This provides 4800W of heat, more than enough to heat my 20' x 24' garage. Insulation installation is complete. Say that 3 times fast. Next was the 1/4 inch OSB ceiling. This was the harderst part of the bike shop reno (working overhead, holding each sheet while trying to srew it to the joists... fun). Next step is a total of 5, (4 foot) florecent lights. Just one more paycheck to go ...