Riverside Resort & Conference Center
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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So, Nakawic is famous for having the largest axe in the world! Again, who knew? (Promise to keep this comment to a minimum after this entry in the blog.) So, we got the photo..
... behind - I was so sick of lugging it around! Sorry about your Rick Steves book sister Sue, but I'm sure the next visitors to that hotel in Versailles were appreciative! :)
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Here's what I ...
We were unable to find a local church to go to this morning- they were either french speaking or catholic so we had our own service in the tent then packed up to leave and sang worship songs along the way.
The weather was overcast but brightened up as we travelled.As the sun appeared the temperature started to soar so we stopped at a small town called Oromocto and found the tourist information to plan where we might stay tonight. Molly ...
... seat. Thunder Bay, then a vast stretch of lake country that had the appearance of dull black granite with soft gray lakes too numerous to count, The edge of this natural painting had a sharp pinky-orange colour of the sun preparing to come above the horizon. Remote. Secluded. Romantic. Even looking down from the AirBus window felt like disturbing the ...
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