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... bunch of fruits and veggies across the border. It was a beautiful but cold night. The stars were shining but it was maybe 2degrees outside and we woke up the next morning with our windows covered in frost. It was time to leave Canada! Before going we stopped at a campsite to fill up our water tank. Most places are super friendly and let us use their facilities like showering and kitchens. I ...
After crossing back over the FDR International Bridge and being welcomed back to the United States, we drove about 10 minutes over to West Quoddy State Park to view West Quoddy Lighthouse and the easternmost point in the US. Having had to cross the Canadian border and forge the Bay of Fundy to get to East Quoddy lighthouse, you could say West Quoddy was a bit of a letdown. There was a small information and gift shop in the lightkeeper's house and ...
... a few videos of Hopewell Rocks so I have included the links on my last blog The Differet Shores of The Bay of Fundy!!
Our next campsite was in Fundy National Park where we did a couple of short hikes. We met a film crew on one hike to Point Wolfe, an old mill site that supplied lumber for the ship building industry of New Brunswick & Nova Scotia. They were shooting a documentary sponsored by Knowledge ...
Got woken at 7 o'clock this morning by the dump truck emptying the big bin right next to our van. We stayed in bed another hour or so before deciding it was time to be up. We drove into the Fundy National park and cooked our breakfast along the coastline, the water again was so calm. It was another nice day and already over 20 degrees while we were eating breakfast. Our first short 1.5km hike of the day was down to the ...
... color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">Sue said to me: Since I work in this school, I have never seen something like this
After, I showed her a picture from a friend on Facebook with the snowstorm in Québec and I said to her, “At this time the school is open”! (a car was flipped upside down on the road!)