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

... and seemingly ironic name, our expectations were not high. We were seated outside by the owner/waiter/chef-- a man in his mid 50's with a gray 5 o'clock shadow wearing a traditional white chef suit. As he handed out the menus, he said he hoped we liked seafood, because his establishment made "the best seafood pizza du monde." "If it's bad," he exclaimed in a thick Acadian accent, "then it's free." We had to do it, and we did. To date, that pizza with its ...

The Loop Of Kent County Day 1 of 1

A travel blog entry by jmarleau on Oct 10, 2013

17 photos

... that lane past the Trans-Canada Highway where a half tone pickup truck pulled out of Tim Hortons right in front of me. I locked the rear wheel and grabbed a whole bunch of front break. The driver, with coffee cup in hand, just stopped with his whole truck in my lane. Buzz did manage to stop in time, but I stalled the engine during my panic stop. The driver gave me the finger, then spun his tires and took off. I got the license plate number. I started up the bike ...

Almost Home

A travel blog entry by albrechtscamp on Aug 29, 2012

1 comment, 23 photos

... and fast flowing – perfect for salmon to lay their eggs apparently. We didn’t see any fish, but an older gentleman rowing by said that there were trout and salmon in it. It was a blisteringly hot paddle upstream, and quite a bit of rough, turbulent waters. We didn’t make very much headway, but enjoyed being on the water and the exercise. At one point the water was flowing so fast we had to get out and "portage" (not really, we just pulled ...

Completing our wildlife roster

A travel blog entry by andermoser on Jul 29, 2012

9 photos

... a heron or crane and some seagulls. The water was cold (listed as 18C), but it was nice to have a swim in salt water.

Driving back to the campground, we saw a small black bear at the side of the road. It was busy digging in the grass for its evening mail and looked up at us a few times, but otherwise continued with his work. What a perfect way to finish off our ...

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 ...