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... about things we head out to find the longest covered bridge in the world. Got there and just as we were heading down to take a picture I think where is my purse???? Oh Frig I must have left it at the Robin's Donut place, the old motorhome has not had such a workout for a long time. It is not so easy to get phone #'s if you don't have the address.... Well after the quickest trip of 60 km we pull ...
... who want to find us on Google maps - head north on Rd 4, turn onto the 311 which becomes Primrose Rd, turn left on Harbour Rd and then left on McPherson Cove Rd. (we drove by Bumble Bee lane - gotta love the names). Our cottage is new and full of interesting things - like the beautiful glass dish on the coffee table which is now in hiding in the cupboard under the stairs (I'm not a prophet but I could see a sad end looming if left undisturbed). The ocean side ...
... but it was clean and functional and suited the purpose.
Near by is Hartland, New Brunswick, the home of the longest covered wooden bridge in the world so we drove up to have a look and a drive across. These types of bridges were considered scandalous in the olden days, because couples would take the opportunity for a kiss when driving across in the horse and buggy, unseen by most. The bridge is about 100 years old and though it's made of wood, the foundations ...
... and I hydro-planed a few times. Scared the **** out of me!
Got to the border and there was a HUGE line. Took about 40 minutes to get through. At least it had quit raining while I was sitting in line!
495.5 miles today.
Off to Bennington, Vermont tomorrow, if it's not pouring!!!!
... the class I returned to the Ingraham home and spent some time with the guide only to discover she is from the McLean family of Harvey. Her uncle had been able to talk to me about my great-grandmother earlier in my visit. I will return to the settlement. Including 8 Loyalist homes, there are over twenty-four original buildings furnished from the Loyalist period and later to depict life along the St. John River. It truly is "History, well ...
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282 North St, Houlton | Hotelfrom $83
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