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Jul 11, 2013 - St. Andre', New Brunswick

July 11, 2013 St. Andre’, New Brunswick, Canada It rained in Gaspe’ from about 2:30 am until about 5 am. I got up a 6:30, made a pot of coffee and logged-on to check for messages. The relay part for my hydraulics is in and I am anxious to install it. But I have to get to Fredericton first which is about 450 miles away.We planned to make it a two day trip. My GPS wanted me to back track over a different route that will add at least 100 miles to the trip. In looking at the map, I decide that continuing on Rte 132 that loops back West at...

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Sep 21, 2012 - St. Leonard, New Brunswick

The next morning, however, “free” ended! The Confederation Bridge crossed from PEI onto Nova Scotia. It’s free if you’re going from Nova Scotia over onto PEI, which we were not. For us, leaving PEI, the toll was $58 for the eight mile bridge going west! The Confederation Bridge joins the provinces of Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick, making travel throughout the Maritimes easy and convenient. The curved, 12.9 kilometre (8 mile) long bridge is the longest in the world crossing ice-covered water, and a decade after its construction, it...

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Jul 15, 2012 - Kingston To New Brunswick

Tonight we're staying at Grande Riviere Campground (http://www.granderivierecamping.com/) in Saint-Léonard, New Brunswick. It's located on the east bank of the Saint John River. The town is primarily French, and was once a popular town during Prohibition in the United States as it was easy to smuggle alcohol to Van Buren located across the river. Well, if at the end of the trip like at the end of the school year, you can kick out one day, this will be it. First, the positive was from the road after Montrel, we could see out over a valley...

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