Sunset Cruise

Tonight I took a little time to enjoy Moosehead Lake at sunset. I hope you enjoy the view as much as I did.

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Chasing Katahdin

I had the great fortune to leave work today just as the glorious steamship Katahdin passed the eastern shore of the island. She gave a hearty bellow from her great horn as she passed by in all her splendor. 346 more words

The tapping of Moosehead cask #446

“The arts & culture district, Uptown Saint John is the high-end dining capital of the Maritime Provinces, with a level of restaurant selection and experience that, per capita, compares with world cities. 155 more words

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Canadian pride in unlikely places

“You’re not going to waste those on the kids are you?” Shauna says at school on Canada Day. Looking at the stack of temporary tattoos on my desk, I shrug. 481 more words


Tourism NB stumped after local man asks 'why' in response to 'Be...in this place' slogan

Fredericton — Said by some to be the most difficult job in the world, New Brunswick tourism officials are under fire once again. Local resident Jeff O’Donnell has asked the question that government officials were hoping would never come up: Why? 374 more words


Tasting #2

It took much longer than originally planned, but after making it through Christmas, Easter, vacations, a baby, and more, we were finally able to gather the masses for our second meeting. 220 more words


Craft hard cider 'too fancy' for New Brunswickers: NB Liquor

Fredericton — The owner of Red Rover craft cider is frustrated with NB Liquor because his product doesn’t fit into their rigid alcohol regulations. Adrian Cleave started the business last year, but has been faced with nothing but hurdles; since craft cider doesn’t fall into the existing beer and wine policies in the province, he has been forced to deal with the liquor corporation on a case by case basis. 377 more words