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This is the visit that follows my blog entry of July 7th. I had my morning coffee sitting in the building that was once the Marysville Cotton Mill. It was a cloudy morining, I had started at #16 Downing Street, the home of Willoughby and Harriet Manzer when they lived here from 1899 to 1916. It was a short walk down hill to the mill, which Willoughby did morning after morning until he died during surgery for a hernia ...
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 ...
Setting off at about 8 am from Omni Parker House, we left the heat of Boston for what would be the longest day of bus travel for the entire trip. Because we had such a small group for the next two days, however, we could at least spread out our stuff and sit wherever we wished to. The first stop off the main highway in Maine was a charming town called York, specifically to see a lighthouse, but the houses were lovely. I wanted to take a photo of dozens, but it doesn't really work ...
... for safari kit here and in the main shopping area. Still nothing could be found. We ended our day with a drive through the Irving Nature Park and came across a fox on the side of the road and a seal in the water in the distance. Despite a few nice areas, Erik’s assessment was similar to mine: Saint John is a pretty depressing, blue collared city.
With the sun setting, we set off ...