Rodd Miramichi River
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- Indoor pool
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... point of New Brunswick, bonus! Great view as you will see by the pictures also you will note what the local lobster boats look like --I know you have seen them before, ahh not in their waters.
One of the pictures is a long shot of the Gaspe region with the very end of it being Perce' Rock you will have to use your imagination good luck.
... Acadian home know to exist in New Brunswick. There were demonstrations in homes, carpentry shops, sheet metal shops and a barrel making shop. There were also gardens in many of the areas(now empty) as well as a heritage orchard with many apples still on the trees. I sampled one of the apples on a very interesting tree and the flesh was brilliant red. It definitely wasn't as tasty as one of ...
... all the buildings had people dressed up and working in them just like they would of back in the Acadian time. The first part of the village was from the late 1700's - 1800's and the second was in the 1900's. There were general stores, a fishing house, farms, black smith, bar, gas station, shoe maker, wood mill, barrel maker, wheat and flour grinding shop and other houses and a hotel all a reenactment of back in the day. By 2.30 we had ...
So the plan today is to drive from the Rogersville area, all the way to almost Moncton on dirt roads and ATV trails. Medic Jo has the route planned, and I am looking forward to it. I ordered my new front tire from Toys for Big Boys and I won't have it installed until next week. The Pirelli Scorpion Trail is 90-10 street based tire and won't be much better than the Avon Storm that I have on there now. As long as it stays dry I should be fine. ...
... to this country escaping the Great Irish Famine during 1845-1852. This was interesting. Pics taken. I continued east to the coast. I ran Rt 117 all the was past Baie Sante-Anne. This was a great part of the drive. I had to pull over to open the vents in my jacket because my now southerly direction down the coast was with the wind direction. I pulled into a town called Pointe Sapin. I drove once again right out onto the wharf to watch some of the fishermen heading ...