Ivey's Motor Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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Headed out this morning to find the big axe and the longest covered bridge in the world. Well we found the axe in Nackawic NB, what a cute little place. The giant axe was erected in 1991 to honor the past, present and future of the forest industry in this area. Not much else there so we stopped at a Robin's Donut to get our late morning coffee and do the blogs we were missing.
... br> I drove by the Poole's Corner Kaylee Hall (yup, that is how it is spelled) and back onto "home turf". Loaded up my cart (literally) at "my" local Atlantic Superstore, jammed it into the back of the vehicle (who cares how things were packed for 20 minutes as long as the watermelon didn't roll out the door) and headed for the last leg of the trip. We got to the cottage in time to unload and start supper before the Jeffreys joined us.
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We decided to go on a road trip to New England and were planning to head to Salem, MA. We thought that if we drove up to New Brunswick to Woodstock and crossed the border at Houlton and drove down the I95 to get there, it would be faster than to go via the old Route 1 and Bangor. It might have been faster, but it was a kind of a boring drive really. We broke our trip into two legs, staying overnight in a Howard Johnson at Woodstock near the border crossing. The hotel was fine, ...
... on the ferry! So, we all had breakfast together, and I rode with them for a bit. They weren't in any hurry, so I said my farewells after riding with them for an hour and a half, and cranked it, since it still wasn't raining.
All was well until about 50 km from the border. Started to drizzle, then pour. Road got ...
... class on teas, medicines and salves. The site is large, but my goal was to walk to the a house across the stream and call on the Ingrahams. The home had belonged to Ira Ingraham and his name is mentioned along with John and Martha Manzer in a deed of sale I found in the Provincial Archives.The village was taking on emotional significance. The family (interpreter) was not home and I had to trek back to the entrance to meet the instructor. ...