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Travel Blogs from Bathurst
... churches. Small ones and big ones. A really big one marked our point of arrival.
When we left to go back home, it started snowing people! Snow is here, a sign that my sleigh cousins are soon going to be migrating soon!
The next day, on the road again....went back to Sussex where I got intrigued in the possibility of ice ...
... to do a u-turn and go the right way.
This was a bad start to the day travelling along the coast road the fog was still pretty thick the
sun was trying to shine through plus we were low on petrol and we couldn't stop at Grande-Anse as it was getting close to 10.00am for the tour. Just made it in time to pay and go to the toilet before the tour. The Guide was dressed in period costume plus he gave us an English version of the Tour ...
... traveling round the coast of Bay of Fundy staying at different main attractions then catch the Bay Ferry at Saint John to Digby on Nova Scotia and spending the rest of October exploring Nova Scotia before leaving for home on the 1st November. We will stay in Halifax for five days to rest and sell the Pontiac which Richard is not looking forward too He loves the red car and would love to bring it home.
Before leaving for ...
... both having trouble with the Internet connection same as the French couple in No. 14 so I went to Reception like yesterday and the lady rebooted the Router. Still no email it's 8.30am and the car is packed I called Patty but had to leave a message so we are still in the dark of not knowing if we have a booking or not.
Richard keyed the address in the GPS and we will still go to Rimouski first then onto Bathurst in New Brunswick. ...
... the cost for the Ferry plus the ride over the bridge cost me just $17.50 where as a car costs $44.00 :-)
No biggie riding over the bridge as all you could see was water, you could not get a feeling of how high up you were :-( not like the Chesapeake Bridge.
Leaving the bridge I decided to ride up the coast of New Brunswick via the Acadian Coastal Drive.
The coast line of New ...