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Our first day of travel was great. A nice easy trip from Massachusetts to Saint John, New Brunswick. We arrived at A Tanner's Home Inn (great place to stay) and walked down to the city center immediately to check it out and grab a bite to eat. We highly recommend the kettle chips at the St. John Ale House. Our nightcap was had at the Big Tide …
The Flowerpot Rocks or Hopewell Rocks as they are officially called are about an hour from Moncton. We had suggestions from many people to go here and see the weird geological formations.
We followed the Petitcodiac River South and found the park.
As I am becoming American (lazy) and Michelle's leg was still gimpy we took the golf buggy down to the rocks. Otherwise it would be a half hour walk.
The tide was half way out/in so we had a ...
Leg 15--2 Days--424 Miles
Miles to Date--5332
Google Map Included--A to B 296 miles, overnight at Camper's City, Moncton, NB, B to C miles, 128 miles, arrive at Ocean View CG, Pocologan
Wed Aug 28--We left North Sydney fairly early for ...
... earlier, and once I'd gone upstairs I remembered that I'd forgotten to put the box number on one of my friends cards as I had it in my address book upstairs, meaning to add it later, and also my German penpals address. So I went down to the desk to see if I could get them back. Alas, the friendly and helpful girl at the desk had been so efficient she'd already posted them! She apologized (as if she needed to, I was the one who told her they were all stamped and ready to go!) ...
... actually quite cute. I couldn’t see that there was a whole heap of a lot to do there, apart from maybe wander the streets and canoe the river, but it was cute nonetheless.
We pitched up at the motorhome and enjoyed some Mrs Dunsters donuts and had a lovely family evening, all finding a place to call home for the night. Oddly enough, the motorhome actually slept all seven of us quite comfortably. I was duly ...