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Arrived at Kiwanis Oceanfront Campground. What a beautiful place! We have an oceanfront site looking out over the Bay of Fundy. It's cloudy w/ a low overcast but the scenery is great. Went into the quaint little village of St. Andrews Wednesday. Talked with some shop owners. People here are so friendly. Had yet another bowl of clam chowder for lunch. I think we're finally clam chowdered out for a while! The clouds have cleared, the sun is out over ...
... a lot that tree and it was a honour to have connected with it.
The waterfalls made a fitting memorial. It is a place very worthwhile to visit and pay your respects to one of the great tragedies of our lifetime. I am so glad I have been here. Tonight was the production - Sleep no more - an immersive theatre experience in a large converted warehouse in the meatpacking district.Us audience ...
We stopped in St John for a walk around a nice harbour where the cruise ships come in. We headed to a really great little market with crafts & food for some lunch but they had very little seating so we opted for a delicious seafood chowder in a restaurant. Unfortunately we couldn't stock up on all the fresh food because we are crossing the border next week & its easier to cross with no fresh food in the ...
... chicken, half a pound of beef brisket, two pork ribs, corn bread, white bread, collard greens, special butter and sundry sauces. It was actually very tasty but I doubt they need to use the desert menu much. A 4 mile walk home over the Brooklyn bridge may have offset some of the massive protein intake. Lesson learnt, next time we ...
... to stay in New Jersey, a delightful place called Montvale.
It's probably the same distance as Fern tree Gully to Melbourne City and as green.
Ben was expected that afternoon, and finally rocked up around 5ish.
The family then kindly took us out for dinner which was very pleasant.
Next morning we braved the public transport system, initially from Montvale into Secaucus where ...