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May 10, 2018 - St George

Today I drove about ½ an hour east to the town of St George, also settled in 1783 by American Loyalists. St George is known as the Granite City because of the abundance of pink granite in the area, in fact, in the mid 1800s St George boasted 7 granite mills, 5 shipyards & 10 sawmills. They’re all closed now & today’s economy is built on the local salmon industry, seafood & wild blueberries. Tourism doesn’t seem to be very high on their agenda – the Tourist Office was closed & I had trouble finding the St George Gorge & falls which is really...

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Jul 16, 2008 - Flowers and farmed fish

Kingsbrea Gardens and the Atlantic Salmon Interpretive Center - July 16 Today we plan to move to Saint John, but on the way out of St. Andrews we want to stop and see the Kingsbrea Gardens, which are quite famous in this part of Canada. Like everything in St. Andrews they are only a mile from our campground and easy to get to and find parking. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a prettier or more comfortable and inviting a town than St. Andrews. The houses are so neat and clean, and the flowers and trees around them are so colorful and green that...

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2008 Keys 2 Canada



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