Double Barn Ranch

Address: 566 West Galloway Road, Rexton, New Brunswick, E4W 2P9, Canada | Ranch
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This ranch is located on 566 West Galloway Road, Rexton.
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Travel Blogs from Rexton

Kouchiba - whaaaaaa??

A travel blog entry by youth-in-asia on Jun 28, 2014

5 photos

... pools of standing water and no doubt caused millions (if not billions) of hungry blood suckers to hatch in the park. With our fully loaded packs and short sleeves, we were quite literally getting eaten alive. With no camp in site after 25 minutes or so we were debating turning back (the rangers had claimed the camp was "right across from the parking lot ") but then saw a bench in the distance. We had made it! On our way in we passed a Menacing "THIS IS BLACK BEAR ...

The Loop Of Kent County Day 1 of 1

A travel blog entry by jmarleau on Oct 10, 2013

17 photos

... to this country escaping the Great Irish Famine during 1845-1852. This was interesting. Pics taken. I continued east to the coast. I ran Rt 117 all the was past Baie Sante-Anne. This was a great part of the drive. I had to pull over to open the vents in my jacket because my now southerly direction down the coast was with the wind direction. I pulled into a town called Pointe Sapin. I drove once again right out onto the wharf to watch some of the fishermen heading ...

Almost Home

A travel blog entry by albrechtscamp on Aug 29, 2012

1 comment, 23 photos

... 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 ...

Diane, my long lost University buddy & Spoons fan

A travel blog entry by kenedmac on Jul 25, 2011

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 ...

Where new adventure lies just around the bend

A travel blog entry by kimrobinson on Jun 10, 2011

38 photos

... Wildlife Watch: Otter, Ground Hog, Plover, and loads of other birds

I got up early, hired a car and hit the road. Todays destination the Kouchibouguac National Park of Canada on New Brunswick's east coast and in the Kent region. Ok pause here ... anyone who knows me well, will know I have a thing for not really being able to get my tongue around words etc, so you can imagine my pain, all day, when people have asked me where I was headed. ...