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Jun 3, 2017 - June 3

June 3 We were on our way around 9:00, bound for Bouctouche. We opted for the coastal route rather than the freeway. We passed through small towns, many of which had well-kept heritage buildings. At Pugwash, we stopped to walk around the farmer's market. I liked the creative use of old lobster rope for woven mats. Next to the market was the former railroad station, an old brick building that is one of two stations left in Nova Scotia designed by Sir Sandford Fleming. Fleming was a key figure behind the engineering of the Canadian CPR and,...

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Jul 24, 2008 - Molecules of Emotion

As I pass by churches, of which there are many, I find that they are all so well kept – a far cry from Brazil where they are in a sad state of disrepair, why is that? The churches here are mostly RC and follow the traditional model and there are many, many churches. I wish I could say that about gas stations as Elsie only has an 18 litre tank! One thing about traveling is that I am reduced – reduced back to my childhood. I remember so well my mother taking me to the seaside when I was a little boy, about a couple of weeks ago. Coming from...

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Aug 20, 2007 - More Canada

Hi Everybody, I have no idea why my last entry actually posted, it wasn't supposed to. I have such a low signal on my Sprint USB that it wouldn't let me post any of the pictures and because that I wanted to edit what I'd written. Oh well, so we'll try this again. My sweet friend Doris told me that she'd been going out picking wild blueberries every morning and Tim and I love blueberries, so would you believe the next day she comes with 2, still hot from the oven, 2 homemade blueberry pies, covered with whipped cream. Tim and I thought...

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Aug 10, 2006 - Miramich to Bouctouche

152 km today. We tried to get into the Kouchibougouac National Park but it was full. If you are coming out this way, book in advance-it is worth spending a day here. We travelled on to Bouctouche and stayed at the Bouctouche Bay Chalets and Campground on the shores of the St. Laurence Gulf. We walked the boardwalk on the dunes in the bay, then met the lobster boats coming in for the day (lobster season opened today). We picked up our supper and feasted on lobster.

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