Ramada Plaza Dieppe/Moncton Crystal Palace
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Today i went to my first xmas party at the Ramada in Dieppe. There were a lot of people there, made me a bit shy. Our group took two tables this year! Too bad we couldn't all sit together. So the night started with me forgetting to dress up a bit. So France helped me out with festive red and green. My antlers were never so cute. And my festive ball …
... by turning it into a chowder and ate quickly in Tidal Bore Park. There were about 2 dozen others milling about and huddling and shivering in the wind waiting with us. We were told that if we were lucky we might have some surfers that will ride the wave in. Well, no surfers arrived so that should have probably been our clue that this was not going to be a rip roaring hang ten event. We saw a little ripple in the distance and heard people ...
... used by stock. It reminded me of the movie "The bridges of Maddison county".
We had some lunch at a small place call ALMA and the food was excellent..I had a Lobster Pannini and salad and the fresh lobster was yummo . We found some more Androndeck chairs and the lookout at the top of the range in Fundy National Park even had some red ones. So after a few chair photos we had to move it back to Hopewell Rocks to see the low tide. The difference was amazing ...
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Near Nackawic the Saint John River is huge and runs close to the highway. This gave me the chance to get a couple of scenic shots, one of a house beside it...
...and another of the river stretching back alongside the highway:
Until I checked Google Earth I thought this must have been a lake, hence the naming of the pics. Further along on this ...
... purposes. Power the space heater and run a MIG welder. Breaker and Heater are now installed. This provides 4800W of heat, more than enough to heat my 20' x 24' garage. Insulation installation is complete. Say that 3 times fast. Next was the 1/4 inch OSB ceiling. This was the harderst part of the bike shop reno (working overhead, holding each sheet while trying to srew it to the joists... fun). Next step is a total of 5, (4 foot) florecent lights. Just one more paycheck to go ...