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Jul 13, 2012 - Day 11 Calais ME to Sackville Canada

Short drive to the Canada border, uneventful crossing, and first order of the day was the information center. Started off following the coast with great views of the large tides that this area is known for, at the top of the Bay of Fundy they have 45' tides. It was amazing to see and very mind boggling to think where does all this water go and come back in approx. 6 hours. Upon the recommendation of the lady at the information center we then went inland to see the farm lands of New Brunswick. The point and shoot camera that Jeanne has been...

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Jun 19, 2012 - Lwr. Rockport, Slack's Cove

As the sign reads...this is the 4th best keep secret in the world and a must to see. After driving for miles over dirt roads we stumbles acrossed this remote bay. We hiked around the rocks before the tide came in and it was beauitful. The road to the end of the island is a little hard on the car but it was worth the drive.

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Jun 11, 2010 - Driving along the Bay of Fundy

We had a great start to our morning with a visit to Tim Horton's. For those of you who don't know, Tim Horton's is a restaurant chain somwwhat of a cross between McDonald's and Starbuck's with fewer kids and more goodies. They are very popular here in Canada and both the drive up and counter lines are almost always very long, especially in the morning. I have seen them in the states occasionally as well as in Canada, but I had never tried one before. For a quick breakfast, I am sold. I had yoghurt that came with real fruit on it, an apple...

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Aug 11, 2007 - Pictou, Nova Scotia to Sackville, New Brunswick

This morning we left Pictou and headed to New Glascow, about 15 minutes north of Pictou as Janine had read it was another very interesting little town. It turned out the travel brouchure was extremely generous with it's description. We found it to be uninteresting as far as buildings and atmosphere. There was virtually nothing going on and the streets were practically deserted. I am glad we only rode 15 minutes out of way and not a couple of hours. From New Glascow we headed back through Pictou then north east along the Northumberland...

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Jul 5, 2006 - Wednesday

Wednesday 070506 We awoke to the sound of rain again. After a casual slow start, we moved the motor home to Truro. The new campground here is Scotia Pines. Very nice and they do have wireless access. Our site is out of range, as usual. Anne has started breakfast and the bacon/sausage sure smells good. More later. Turned out it was even better than it smelled. The rain had quit while we were driving over here but then the fog rolled in. It is 10:52 (our time) and the fog seems to be lifting. We will spend today preparing for a long day trip...

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