Canada's Best Value Inn & Suites Woodstock
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the "super-fast, I'm from New England, let's go 85" one. Made it to Houlton, Maine by 1700 hours, our original arrival time. No lunch stop today! And overcast, but no rain, thankfully.
Nice scenery, but it whizzed by really fast!
on to Nova Scotia tomorrow.
... past the two Protestant churches on Main Street. Neither was open, so I did not see the stain-glass window dedicated by a Manzer to his wife and mother-in-law. At the location of the Society I was shown a reprinted copy of The Busy East of Canada, Vol. 13(1) 1922. Page 72 had the story about how The Manzer Store came to be owned by a Manzer. It is part of the story that is told in the church window dedication. ...
... the class I returned to the Ingraham home and spent some time with the guide only to discover she is from the McLean family of Harvey. Her uncle had been able to talk to me about my great-grandmother earlier in my visit. I will return to the settlement. Including 8 Loyalist homes, there are over twenty-four original buildings furnished from the Loyalist period and later to depict life along the St. John River. It truly is "History, well ...
... bridge "The Kissing Bridge". It is said that young men trained their horses to stop about half way across the bridge. The horse would wait until the couple shared a few kisses and then it would continue to the other side. Of course Suzanne and I walked to the half way point and shared a KISS!!
We enjoyed our 3 days and now look forward to moving on to Moncton, New Brunswick tomorrow.
... revamped, some new establishments scattered among them.
Motels along here were like at home, small, single storey. Not so many of the bigger type that I've become accustomed to seeing in this country.
In one small town I was taken by the rapidly-flowing waters...
...and I appreciated the beauty of some of the inlets and bays that the road wound its way ...