Days Inn Miramichi
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
The landscape in New Brunswick I have always been less than pleased with but I think that is simply because I was comparing it to the extremes of the maritimes landscapes of New found land and the rugged beauty of the Thousand islands that I grew up loving. On this trip I was seeking the beautiful landscapes that gave it merit in its own right and I wanted to capture it as part of this ...
... few snacks consumed, we peeled a few layers off. I got rid of my base layer, and Jo unzipped his liner. We strapped everything on my bike and continued on.
We finally reached the 123 near Chipman. So we finished the off-road bit. We had been off-road for 2 hours. Very fun. It was time to find an interesting ride home. So we sat there with our GPS and resolved that the 10 would take us through to the 112 then south on 885 ...
... for Walmart and the Buckley's. Got to see the tall ships as we went over the bridge (3 times, yes that's my fault). The weather was dramatically different from when we woke up, sunny, blue sky and a billion times warmer. Guess my prayers had been answered. We were almost there. Finally we see the sign for 'Collette'...butterflies were moving frantically around inside me. Why was I nervous, I have no clue. Hannah's first visit ...
Yesterday Erik got to hear first-hand from other South Africans about the quality of life that is possible in Canada. After a very full day of skeet shooting at the range and archery in the back yard for Dad and Erik (I blogged and journaled on the sofa and Mom got the left-over yard sale things from Mary's), we got to chat with a couple of South Africans in our family room. Emile and Gisela stopped by with their son Tristan. Tristan went ...