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Chokecherries

Trying a few new food things with chokecherries which I’ll probably post on down the road. Here is a phone photo trailer for you which seems to nicely capture a forager’s view of this abundant wild Maritime fruit. Ciao

Nature

Exploring Canada - Day 20: Moncton

Welcome to Moncton, the most polite city in Canada according to Readers’ Digest! The city was built on the site of an Acadian settlement known as Le Coude (The Bend), located at a curve in the Petitcodiac River. 528 more words

Canada

Day 78 - Murray Beach to Prince Edward Island!

Day 78 – I’ve been looking forward to visiting Prince Edward Island on this trip for many reasons, and one is that I finally got to prove that the GoogleMaps route suggestion for cycling from the mainland to the north shore of the island was not the best. 1,015 more words

10 Questions with Feeny

Back in November 2012, New Brunswick-based indie rock trio Feeny released their debut effort Winter of Our Disconnect. The five-track record is powerful and energetic, reminiscent of the addictive pop punk us 20-something-year-olds grew up singing along to. 1,116 more words

New Jersey

From Sea to (almost) Sea

WAARSCHUWING: deze blog gaat over een periode van april t/m augustus. Veel leesplezier ;)

De vorige blog eindigde bij het begin van onze mega road trip van oost naar west Canada.  1,237 more words

New Brunswick

Exploring Canada - Day 19: Memramcook

Today we’re going to explore the village of Memramcook and learn about the history of the Acadians. The community is largely people of Acadian descent who speak Chiac, an Acadian French language. 316 more words

Canada

2017-07-31 Nor by Nor’east Caravan – Leaving New Brunswick and on to Nova Scotia

We left early, along with Trevor and Gale, our leaders, and Skip and Kathy, our other parking crew members. It was a relatively long drive – about 3 1/2 hours. 355 more words

Airstream Club