Rodd Moncton Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... And then, there we were, staring at the cradle of hockey, hallowed ground for some. Pretty spot but just a very small pond in a wooded area.
We returned to the pumpkin farm. We met a woman that had worked there for many years and she pointed out all the different kinds of pumpkins, squash and gourds they grew. So many different varieties in all shapes, sizes and colors. We saw Danny (the son) getting ready to haul some of the ...
... there is another Bay of Fundy tidal phenomena... The Bay of Fundy is supposed to have the largest tides in the world and at Hopewell Rocks we took pictures of the Rocks at high tide and then we left to come back later in the afternoon to see the low tide. My pictures will show you.
So while we were waiting for the tides to change we drove around the most gorgeous countryside ever.. beautiful homes of real character some which were totally trashed and ...
When Janet and I were planning this trip, we needed to go to Rhode Island and Maine because they were US states we had to add to ensure we'd been to all the contiguous states.
But what 'excuse' did I have for going into Maine? There was nothing there to hang my hat on!
The other side of Maine, of course, is New Brunswick and then Nova Scotia. 'New Scotland'. That would provide me with my excuse. ...
... are shut off. By the way, 5 is too hot.
4 Adjustable Levers. I snapped these in half after the big fall, then I replaced them with new ones. I like the adjustability. The stock ones were adjustable as well, but these look better.
5 Tire Plug Kit. The CO2 Cylinders were used, then replaced with the bigger ones available for mountain bikes. I learned how important they are to have... the hard way.
6 Adjustable Pegs.These are now replaced with ...
... we didn't think warranted the ride ( particularly without a car)
The Tidal bore, which happens bi-daily and people flock to see. Not in the winter they don't! We walked along this river, of which the banks were very rich and red but there was no sign of this magical tidal bore.
We walked the entire length of the downtown street (10 minutes) ...