Days Inn Miramichi
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... all the buildings but today only about half were open but it was still enough to keep us busy for several hours. All the buildings were original buildings from the 1800s and the early1900s. There were actually two separate villages to represent each century. These buildings were dismantled from their original sites and reconstructed for these demonstration villages. One of the buildings was ...
Barb and I, and Barb's sister Sandy, set off for our long-anticipated vacation to the French islands of St Pierre et Miquelon which lie just 25 kms from the tip of Newfoundland's Burin Peninsula. After leaving home in Miramichi, New Brunswick, we'll overnight in Truro, Nova Scotia, before catching the direct WestJet flight ...
... and were really hot so we called it a day. We got straight on the number 11 highway south to the Kouchibouguac National Park. We made it just after 5.30 and went straight into the information center. We cooked dinner down at Callanders Beach it such a nice evening, then we took a drive down to Kelly's Beach and walked out along the boardwalk. We had a short drive around before settling for the night at the Tweedie hiking loop by the ...
... through Peticodiac, then south of the TCH through Riverglade then home. We simply cannot use a road we have used before.
That was fun. Both Jo and I had a blast. Everything worked great except for my fender. Jo was happy with his skid plate and crashbars. He commented more than once how big rocks were flung up and dinged the plate as he drove. I can't believe how fun Adventure Touring Bikes are.
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... Rex and Nana Nancy, went over much better than I expected. Not many tears on either side ;) After getting the trailer squared away, it was finally time to relax. Dads awesome gazebo was just what we needed. Hannah met Teddy (their little dog) and I'm not sure who was excited more. The squeals of laughter was enough to make us break out in giggles. The poor dog wasn't sure what to make of her. There was so much excitement it took ...