Chipman Hill Suites
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... There must be an Anglican Church catalog, like the Sears Catalog homes of the early 1900s. Three models: small, medium and large and you might get different trim options." Other fun things we saw:
- Grandpa’s Antique Photo Studio in Cavendish, Prince Edward Island, was a fun visit. They offer 18 full scale sets for an antique photo, ...
... would like to take a break before returning to Montreal.
In the evening, I went to downtown Saint John to see the harbour and restaurant/bar areas and took a few photos. A huge cruise ship was in the process of leaving the harbour, very slowly. A lot of people were out enjoying the great weather and doing some socializing with friends and family.
Next Destination: Saint John, New Brunswick - rest day.
... After getting to Digby, we headed straight for Halifax. After checking into our motel, we headed to the Halifax Waterfront Boardwalk and dinner. Had a relaxing evening on the waters edge at Murphy's. Great seafood for Dave and Ellen had Lobster -Mac & Cheese and an awesome salad. Our dinner companion was a little mouse!! He stayed far away from us or we would have had to go inside - Ellen hates mice! ...
... s car as it rained all day long. The long rain spell made it particularly delightful to awaken to the warm sunshine Friday morning. Pearl came by to get her bike and join the Motor Maids for breakfast at the Irving Big Stop at Salisbury, so Cheryl, Byron and I tagged along as well. We had the luxury of eating with Pam as the group was already seated and there was no space left at their table. Pam rode up from Sussex just to see ...
... set off any alarms or have the police come blaring into the station.
We then drove south along Route 1 and got off at the Musquash exit. We then took the back roads and drove along the coast to Chance Harbor, and Maces Bay. Along the way, we got to see some fantastic views of the shoreline and the Bay of Fundy.
As we were winding our way, we stumbled ...