Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Moncton
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Nice, clean room and fun at the pool & water slide.
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I had to buy a $18 adaptor to mount my bike rack to Paula's car. Now she can use any of the 3 racks to haul bikes. We packed light. Joanna's bike had to be partially dismantled to fit into the back.
Off we go. We were on the road by 8:00 having had coffee. We had just enough heavily taxed fuel to make it to Calais, where we could purchase lightly taxed fuel. We crossed into the USA and filled the tank for a whopping $30. The road down Rt. 9 was interesting. They used ...
... the trees. It set me thinking as I looked at these green walls each side of the highway.
Those trees were soaking up the nutrients from the ground moist from the last of the melting snows and the heavy rains of the previous week, they were pumping up the moisture through the sapwood and feeding it into the limbs that reached out for the sun to transpire into the atmosphere. That's how it all ...
This, and most of our blog posts so far have been written on Canadian trains. That's because we’ve spent a lot of time on them.
By the time we finish our Candian leg of the tour we will have travelled from Toronto to Montreal, Montreal to Quebec, Quebec to Moncton and Moncton back to Ottawa by rail, covering something like 3000 km and taking around 36 hrs.
It’s not the cheapest way to travel but costing us around £440 takes us a lot further than ...
... are high and dry.
The Fundy National Park is just over the bridge at Alma so we took a drive through had a look at the bay from a lookout and seeing it was after 4.00pm decided it was time to go back to Artisan's Suites as our suite should be ready by now. Took the quick route back on Hwy 114 here there is forest, salt wetlands some farms with cattle, horses and dairy cows.
Wendy was in her Pottery Work Shop/Shop when I picked up the key ...
... on me and I continuously asked Erik if that was the bore. Eventually a man strolled by and we asked him about it, thinking he was local. It turns out he was a visitor and he had seen it an hour ago. Ah ha. We had missed it by 20 minutes. And had wasted the last 40 waiting for something that had already passed. I came to wonder how many times we unwittingly do this in life.
We popped to Cleves and another outdoor shop in search of safari ...