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Travel Blogs from Fredericton
... well through a moving bus window, so I settled for a couple of the first of what I am sure will be many lighthouses in the Maritime regions. Later that afternoon Lynda told us she had a special surprise for us when travelling through Augusta in northern Maine. It was the writer Stephen Kings house, and she wasn't kidding when she said it would be what you'd expect his house to look like. I don't know how often tourist buses turn up in front of his house in the quiet ...
Camped overnight in Woodstock, NB's First Town with more than 150 years of history! Another beautiful small town! After a good nights sleep it was time to hit the road again and as I usually take the first shift behind the wheel I pointed Winnie in the direction of the first Covered Bridge sign I spotted! Eel River No. 3 in Benton was built in 1927 and has a span of 32m. Another beauty but the next one would ...
... with nail polish remover and then dig the top half of them out.
There were 4 screws, the two on either end were the one that gave me trouble. Also, Not just one type of screw, but different types and lengths for one job. Even holding the original curtain rod. Square heads, flatheads, philips.... a mess.
So I didnt finish till about 10. And now Im thinking the curtains arent wide enough, when I close them they just barely cover the window. But ...
... through the big one further up the road, I dont think there was any coming through the one at the top of the hill, as usual some was running down the side of the hill.
Road was muddy but not too bad I thought, but Ive never seen it at the time of year before so how would I know. There was no snow really, so I'll have to go down earlier next year.
I didn't go inside our cottage, just looked at it. It ...
... at least informed them that we were trying. Eventually getting two-way communication they didn’t seem too interested in us and we were left to freely fly our way towards the Canadian border again. Once there it was only a short distance to the Fredericton Airport and after landing we made our way to a parking place and arranged tie-downs although the wind was not expected to get up overnight. Exiting airside via the Moncton Flying College (training ...
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