Lakeview Inn and Suites Miramichi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Even Mousse didn’t want to go on the beach. We explored the park and then headed to Miramichi where we had an appointment with a vet to get Mousse’s final booster shots. Mousse is now up to 41 pounds – gaining 5 pounds in the last week. He is going to be a big boy.
Tomorrow we will explore the Acadian Peninsula. It will be our last day in New Brunswick.
Chuck and Sheila Noel & ...
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 ...
... travelling north along the eastern seaboard of the US, the forecast for the area we're heading to looks like some rain showers but quite nice in Saint Pierre. Let's keep our fingers crossed. We're hoping for fun, excitement and interesting people, food and lodgings along the way. Who knows, we may see some icebergs or whales ...
... snow melt water was too cold for Laura to stay in, but James enjoyed a nice swim. After a nice walk, we enjoyed a dinner of pasta and cream of chicken soup. Our only task before bed was to raise our food out of the reach of any hungry black bears. The device was missing a key part -- the hook-- so we had to improvise. Using a log as a counterweight and a bit of ingenuity we were able to make it work. That night at Sipu we fell asleep to wolves howling in the distance. ...
... rocky shellfish beds and numerous small homes backing up right onto the ocean. Throw in the scenic islands and opposing coast views and you get visuals that have inspired many painters over the years.
The people in this part of New Brunswick are of Acadian descent and proud of it. Even though we don't speak French, it is easy to hear the difference between Acadian and Quebecois. The English accents here are completely different ...