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... Swiss and French immigrants. It was planned as a model town with a formal grid of streets and blocks, yeah with 14 house lots and allowances for public spaces and fortifications. The settlers turned from farming to fishing and shipbuilding. The town prospered. Many of the early homes have what is called a “Lunenburg Bump”. I first noticed this style of home in New Brunswick. The bump extends out from the roof to form an ...
... our Washington lives, getting visas etc, so the detailed logistics of our undertaking escaped, to some degree, our attention. So too the implications of untying ourselves from a permanent residence, employment and the demands of a traditional routine.
With a few weeks under our belts, and time in the evenings (in our television free lives) to reflect on such things, we thought sharing some ...
... to catch a ferry over to Saint John in New Brunswick. *where I am currently writing this post!* It's a bigger Island than you think! Our ferry was scheduled for 4pm. We did stop for lunch at a cute little cafe, but we didn't have much time to spare. When we reach our hotel in Saint John, it should be around 8pm. The plan is literally dinner then bed. Tomorrow, we go back over the border into Maine in the ...
... not have to eat out constantly, hence, similar to a cottage. It is right on the ocean and beside a fresh water pond where the deer come to feed a number of times each day. They seem very used to people and tend to just ignore everyone.
My main observation in this blog entry will be towards the people in general out here in the maritimes. I will make a conscious effort not to make any references to Monica's work out here since I do ...
... he was probably so very impressed that first time as he was a young man from a teeny town in Quebec who most likely had never seen the ocean let alone the kinds of boulders that were there and he seems to recall it was stormier so more waves and bigger. Isn't it often that way, what we recall from an earlier memoy isn't quite the same when one returns many years later. We will spend two nights where we are as we plan to go into Halifax and see some of it then ...