Double Barn Ranch
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... there since 2009, said that it was the worst she had ever seen it (of course). We must have each gotten at least 6 new bites from our faces to our toes during the brief conversation. The fact that it was expected to rain was not going to help matters. If we were going to survive in this damp coastal national park, we learned, we'd need to wear bug repellent like a second skin. So we pulled into our spot around 7pm and quickly began setting up camp. Being so far North ...
New riding gear on the way. But more importantly, new boots. Finding the right boots has been an issue since I started riding Buzz at the end of July. My sport bike shoes were nice and flexible and easy to feel and move the shifter and rear brake. I could point my toes to touch the ground on the high Versys seat, and then walk comfortably around in them, but were as waterproof as an old pair of wool socks... and had such a soft soul that it was ...
... with his dad and he tells us about the fishery
o Their boat sets 200 traps a day
o They are setting less than 1 km from the docks.
o They use mackerel for bait and set in 30 feet of water.
o They average 8-10 lobster a trap this year and the fishing has been very good.
o They get 2.75 dollars a pound for the Lobster….now that I ...
... and closer to home, we smell and feel the gentle salt air, hear the gulls and the waves calling us home (and Tom is starting to slap mosquitoes). We can’t leave this area without another feed of seafood – stopped in ****doo, NB for lobster, shrimp and smoked cod for supper.
We have one more spot to explore – Kouchibouguac National Park in Eastern New Brunswick, where we hope to kayak out to the sand dunes to see the seal herd ...
After connecting on Facebook several years ago, I was finally able to connect with my old friend Diane so that we could have a visit and get caught up.
We used to laugh at and with each other as she has such a quick wit and sometimes I am not so slow myself!
Finding her was a bit of a problem as she gave lady directions and I had to interpret, Thanks to Coaching ladies for ...