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

... but no matter how hard we tried, those rascals would not give up the bag of Doritos that we had been snacking on in the car (I mean can you blame them?). The critters spent the rest of the night waddling around the perimeter of the camp, hoping for extra morsels. The next morning we awoke to the buzz of hundreds of Mosquitos just outside of our tent. James jumped out of bed early to get a fire going -- the smoke from which helped to keep most of the pests away. By ...

The Loop Of Kent County Day 1 of 1

A travel blog entry by jmarleau on Oct 10, 2013

17 photos

... and took a seat near the Lord Beaverbrook Bust. Apparently, the slab of concrete that makes up this memorial is mixed with his ashes. So I sat there and enjoyed my coffee. Lord Beaverbrook (AKA Max Aiken) is from here. From what I understand, he named himself after a river near here that has long since dried up. I love all this history **** so I was looking forward to the Beaverbrook House visit that I programmed into my GPS. I was more than a little ticked off ...

Driving the Coast of New Brunswick

A travel blog entry by pamlsmith on Jun 29, 2013

11 photos

... headed for Parlee Beach Provincial Park near Shediac, NB. If we came back, I'd stay at Mt. Carleton Provincial Park again, but I'd turn east for Bathurst when we left the park and I'd drive the Acadian penninsula before going south. The rest of our drive was in the rain and poor Jeff got soaked cooking us supper. It had been a big couple of days so we all ended up in bed early...with smiles on our faces.


Almost Home

A travel blog entry by albrechtscamp on Aug 29, 2012

1 comment, 23 photos

... the summer there. And, we’re going to enjoy our campspot, maybe even have one last campfire with marshmallows. Hard to describe how we feel – so many emotions – two more sleeps – the journey continues …

August 29th – Almost Home
Waking up to the call of seagulls and the sound of lobster boats out to check their traps, we know we are almost home. The robins seem to have vanished, maybe ...

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 ...