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All around me are people sitting on the floor of the Fredericton Convention Centre charging cell phone and iPads like mine. Near me I can hear a Red Cross worker rounding up volunteers to open 2 more locations for this "priority" service. On the street level I viewed the retrospective display of the work of Philip Iverson. In the background …
... a fork in the road at his property and he pointed me in the right direction. In the cemetery I found many with the name Hay, but not Aaron and his wife Anne. I did find Harriett's sister Ella McMillian who lived until 1922. I hope the sisters had many good times together. The two men cleaning up storm debris on the site joined in my search of the stones, My feet were getting cold from the wet grass but my heart was being ...
My intent was to stay in Fredricton, the capital of New Brunswick, but the storm I encountered the tail end of yesterday left 95% of the city, including the Motel I had booked, completely without power ... so much so that there were huge queues at the few Petrol Stations that had power so that people could get fuel.
As a result, I decided to press on to St John ... but I did take a photo of the changing of the guard at City Hall ...
Only a few places on Main ...
... the scenery is pretty much the same for miles on end, trees, trees and then some more trees. Thankfully when we come back the route follows the coastal road, so we'll be in for a more interesting trip. The coastline of New Hampshire is only 15 km long, the shortest in the USA, and the next state, Maine, has the longest because of all the coves and bays. Finally we reached the Canadian border, and had only about a 15 minute wait, Lynda said she has been there for up to an hour and ...
... cities go. We took a Guided City Tour with a young guide who was full of stories and we were still done within an hour and a half! It spanned a total of 5 city blocks covering the Historic Garrison District! Fredricton was the birthplace of the Canadian Military. This is the most tourist friendly city ever.....if you're a tourist you can park anywhere for free....out of province license plate is all ...