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I was treated to another visit to the Nashwaak Valley! Unexpected, but so welcome. My guide and driver was both a cousin and a historian. She picked me up at 5 pm. After passing through Marysville we turned right and followed NB route 628 towards Penniac. I learned that a stretch of 628 between Penniac and Manzer Brook is still referred to as Manzer Road. All NB roads have been ...
Food trucks lined the walkway that was closest to my parked car. It was early and no lineups blocked my view of everyone's early morning preparation for this busy historic market. Open on Saturday mornings starting at 6:00 am, everything is grown or produced in New Brunswick. In 1951 the market building was constructed with ...
... I found the gym and did some deliberate exercise for the first time in over two weeks. That felt good, but it was 10:30 so I kept it short. Back in my luxurious room I spent quite a while uploading photos and finishing off blog entries. Lets just say it was late when I called it a night, having set the alarm for 6:30 am, hoping to go for a walk along the St Johns River.... Next thing I knew I heard the door opening, or at least someone trying to open it, as I'd set the ...
... it can also be looked at as a number - 0, or a symbol - the circle.
As a circle, if you're in a relationship, it is looked at as the symbol of endless love... * I sigh sarcastically* *teacher snorts, laughs*
But if you're single.... like me... it is also the shape you see at the bottom of an empty container of Haagan Daaz! *Everybody dies*
It is aslo the shape you will become if you continue to ...
... graduated from the University of New Brunswick with a degree in Sociology on May 18.
We headed out the next morning stopping by the Mountain Equipment Coop in Montreal for a few hiking things (bear bells!) and stayed the night in Kingston. It was sunny and warm in Kingston and we had a lovely stroll along the lake before heading to Waterloo the next day.