Nova Scotia 2011 Trip travel blog

St. John River

Campground

Campground


It rained on and off all night last night and this morning is seemed to be clearing. However, after breakfast Ross took the dog out to do his doggie thing and when we left the motorhome it was a very light misting. About have way back to the motorhome the skies opened and it began to rain heavily and by the time Ross and the dog back to the motorhome they were both pretty damp. We decided to wait a bit before we started to get ready to go and the rain finally abated enough so the Ross could get the motorhome gray tank emptied, disconnect the utilities, removed the jack pads, then connect the truck. We started out about 0930 and we never had another drop of rain the entire day. We crossed into New Brunswick and then stopped at the Information Center and got some maps, booklets, and we had our lunch. Crossing into New Brunswick also puts us into the Atlantic Time Zone so that we are now four hours ahead of California. The campground we are in is the first campground we have ever visited that had 50 amp electrical and water but no sewer at the 50 amp sites. The campground is located along the St. John River and the river is full and running fast. The sites are gravel and muddy dirt with well maintained and trimmed grassy areas throughout. It is not the best campground we have ever been in but it is not the worst. However, the picken's are slim and the choices limited as far as camping goes in the area. Tomorrow we leave for Fredericton, New Brunswick where Marge was born and raised. We are arriving several days early and the campground may not be able to accommodate us with the 50 amp full hook-up campsite we wanted and we will have to move a couple of times until our original reservation arrival date which is August 21st. That is it for now. Ross & Marge



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