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Thank you for your interest. The two used structures for sale have now been sold. One is going out to Vancouver, BC and the other Cape Breton Island, NS, a true testament to the great customers we have from coast to coast!
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Multi Shelter Solutions

Upcoming Exhibition: Witness Blanket

September 8-October 16, 2015
Opening Reception: September 18, 2-4pm

Inspired by a woven blanket, this sculpture is made out of hundreds of items reclaimed from Residential Schools, churches, government buildings, Friendship Centre’s, band offices, treatment centre’s and universities from across Canada.

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The wind was doing its level best to rip the maple leaves off the Canadian flags, blasted straight out and trembling in its mighty fist — a fist that repeatedly and unexpectedly sucker-punched us with invisible body blows, rocking the bikes again and again, forcing us at times to lean them over (as if making a turn) just to keep moving in a straight line.   407 more words

The Cabot Trail -- Day 6

One of the landmarks on the Cabot Trail is the Coastal Restaurant and Pub in Ingonish, the only place in the world where one can obtain the coveted Cabot Trail t-shirt (yes, we each got one after stopping there for an excellent breakfast): 329 more words

The Cabot Trail -- Day 5

Because the Vespa was having obvious muffler problems (sounded like a Harley in heat, but with way less power), we decided to alter our route in order to visit the nearest motorcycle repair shop, which happened to be MacKenzie’s in Middle River, along the southern end of the Cabot Trail.   808 more words

New Brunswick misses heavy rain

A beautiful day in Southeast New Brunswick with just a few passing clouds was perfect for the flight of a hot air balloon over Greater Moncton. 92 more words

Greater Moncton

The Cabot Trail -- Day 4

After a proper English breakfast at the MacKenzie House B&B (eggs, bacon, sausage, home fries, juice, coffee and toast) and a warm send-off from proprietors Sharon and Cliff, we headed east again on Route 4 and, after half an hour of riding, found ourselves on the west side of New Glasgow again, retracing our steps.   708 more words