Howard Johnson Inn & Suites Miramichi
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Woke up, walked the doggies, sunny but windy, only 6:00 AM not bad especially the 4:30 one a few days ago.
However did not realize that Atlantic time had kicked in and it was actually 7:00 felt a lot better for sure.
We drove up to the end of Miscou Island to see the largest wooden lighthouse of its time, turns out it occupies the ...
... all the buildings but today only about half were open but it was still enough to keep us busy for several hours. All the buildings were original buildings from the 1800s and the early1900s. There were actually two separate villages to represent each century. These buildings were dismantled from their original sites and reconstructed for these demonstration villages. One of the buildings was ...
... encounters though. The next morning we awoke to hundreds of Mosquitos resting on the outside of our tent, waiting for their time to strike. It was at this point that James and Laura decided that they would treat themselves and stay at a B&B in the nearby town of Shediac rather than another night at Sipu. The decision was quick and unanimous. So after our standard breakfast of oatmeal with maple syrup, apples and tea we packed up, and headed off to the lobster capital of the ...
Left the lovely Gaspe coast and headed across country to New Brunswick. Drove along the coast of the Restigouche river and to Newcastle when our friends from Vancouver are restoring a 150 year old farmhouse. They spend their summers here and winters in Vancouver. We had a great one night visit, with great food and wine. Drove to Nova Scotia today, and it am sure the van will breath a sigh of ...
... cutesified than harsh. (Although people still can't pronounce the letter H) Grabbing lunch at a little bar in Bathurst, we've met some friendly locals and even a Newfie sounding fella who helped us out with some exploration ideas for the area.
While Quebec was fun it's nice to be back in an English speaking province. Hopefully the weather gets better soon as we had to give up on another outdoor adventure so far by skipping Mount ...