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... in Saint John". For some reason, she can't quite believe this.
As we head out on the highway, you start to get a feel for how big this country actually is. Travelling to Saint Andrews is actually not that far, it takes us about an hour and a half. I am actually pretty sure that for most Canadians this is a normal commute to work. I remember when we were staying with Thomas' cousin near Calgary a few years back and I asked her how far we were from Edmonton, ...
... a drink and sat on the patio looking out over the grounds.
Later that evening (our last in the Canadian Maritimes), several of us went to the Harbor Front Restaurant for dinner. We got there in time to get a table outside looking over the waterfront. Shirley had scallops and I had their broiled shrimp. Both were very good.
Tomorrow, we return to ...
... Before supper, the kids had two activities. First, they made colored eggs with vinegar and dye. The second one was in the living room and they needed to find candies and chocolate eggs and they put them in a bag to take home with them.
Furthermore,today we went to the USA for Chinese food in a small restaurant. It was like a buffet and I was really impressed, because it was very good.
I was really happy this week, because like 5 ...
... time to read a story for the kids. The next day, I went to school with Susan to help the students in difficulty with their learning. My first day was very busy, because I met a lot of people in school and after school I went to St. George for a chess tournament in which Aya, the little girl, played.
To conclude, I like St. Andrews, it is a very beautiful place and each day I learn more and more.
As luck would have it, we time it perfectly so we arrive at historic West Quoddy Head Lighthouse in Lubec, Maine at sunset. Originally built of wood in 1808, it had to be rebuilt in the 1830's of stone. The structure that now stands was built out of brick in 1858. Now automated, the tower is fully opened so you can climb to the top and check out the lens and the ...