Read and rate Travel Journal Entries for Woodstock, New Brunswick, Canada

Jul 2, 2015 - New Brunswick

As I approached the Canadian border, I realized that I didn’t have my passport ready. It wasn’t in the compartment next to me where I keep toll money, discount cards, etc. I pulled into a rest area and checked in the RV closet where I keep my wallet and keys at night. Nope. Next try was the hidden compartment in my truck where I keep spare cash. Nope, again. Last try was the hidden compartment in my RV where I keep still more hidden cash. No, again. We have a problem! When a reached a truck stop, I pulled off to the side and opened all four...

Jump to full entry

Jul 3, 2014 - Woodstock, New Brunswick

Today was another great day. We headed east from Quebec City toward New Brunswick. We have been averaging about four hours a day, which makes for very relaxing and enjoyable days. Tonight we are at Yogi Bear Jelly Stone Park at Cozy Acres at Woodstock, New Brunswick. We arrived at about 4 pm and enjoyed a relaxing visit and delicious dinner cooked mainly by Norman, who loves cooking, and is a great cook. We were concerned about reservations as we approached the Cabot Trail and the trip to Newfoundland, so tonight we have reserved the next...

Jump to full entry

Aug 28, 2013 - Last Day in Canada

It was fun visiting the Burkes and exploring the New Brunswick/Nova Scotia border area. Today we drove from Amherst to Woodstock, NB very close to the Canada/US border where we will spend the night at the Cosy Motel and Campground. It is a surprisingly nice campground on the banks of the St. John River with a nice view.

Jump to full entry

Aug 13, 2013 - Woodstock, New Brunswick

Left: Quebec City Arrived: Woodstock, New Brunswick Arrived: August 13th Depart: August 14th Our drive today was partially along Highway 132 which hugs the southern shores of the St. Lawrence River from Quebec City. The route takes you through dozens of small Basque villages where the front porches of century-old home crowd the roadway. We went past many old churches, one of which in L'Islet is the Notre-Dame Church built in 1738. We left Highway 132 at Trois-Rivieres and onto part of the Trans Canada Highway into New Brunswick. Of course,...

Jump to full entry

Aug 1, 2011 - Woodstock

Destination # 20: Woodstock, New Brunswick Mileage: ???? k (from Edmundston) Arrive: Monday, August 1, 2011 Depart: Tuesday, August 2, 2011 • Monday, August 1  Our journey takes us to Woodstock, NB today with a couple of stops along the way. We are now following the St John River and thoroughly enjoying the sunshine, the smooth, 4-lane highway and the new-to-us countryside.  The first stop is in Grand Falls to see the Falls and the Gorge, an amazing display of the power of water and its relentless influence over any and all terrain in its...

Jump to full entry

Trip Journal

Canada & USA Journey

Jul 8, 2011 - Leaving Nova Scotia and heading to Montreal

We left Nova Scotia saying goodbye and thank you to Charlie and Melanie for their hospitality. We now had four days driving to get to Montreal ready for our appointment at Horizon Lussiers once again spend time getting problems on the coach, including the roof repaired, sorted. Our first stop was Woodstock where our campground for the night overlooked the Saint John River.

Jump to full entry

Jul 2, 2011 - Woodstock New Brunswick Canada

We left Houlton Maine behind, though we only drove 30 miles. As we entered Canada, we had to pay duty on the Liquor we brought with us. Now we didn’t have to pay any duty when entered Canada last year; however, the Houlton ME entry point is one of the most strict in all of Canada. So we paid the duty and went on our way. Canada Day was yesterday July 1st, so all the RV parks near central New Brunswick were all full for the weekend, we were luck to find this wonderful small RV park,Cosy Cabins RV Park, on the St. John River in Woodstock. Not...

Jump to full entry

Aug 31, 2010 - leaving Canada

Greetings, We are now in a small town in New Brunswick, Woodstock, about ten miles from the US border in Maine. We had a great time in PEI. The weather was perfect- sunny and high seventies. We camped in a provincial park that was right on the water. Tomorrow we will drive through Maine into the White Mountains of New Hampshire. No pictures this time but hope to have some of the mountains next time. Brenda & Mick

Jump to full entry

Jun 16, 2010 - Heading for the Gaspe penninsula

Unbelieveable! I didn't take one picture today. We decided we really don't have time to visit Prince Edward Island, as we had planned, so we zipped north on the freeway all day today at top speed, 110 k/hr, headed for the Gaspe Penninsula of Quebec. We stopped for lunch, but that was all. There was nothing to see but forest on both sides of the road and simple wildflowers along the edges. Boring! It was quite a change from the scenery of the coast where every curve presented a new vista of beauty. When we hit the St. Lawrence, we will turn...

Jump to full entry

Sep 18, 2009 - Through New Brunswick from Woodstock and Fredericton to Shediac - the lobster capital of Canada!

We drove down the St. John River to a recreated United Empire Loyalist village called King's Landing (buildings moved in from nearby areas). Very interesting - sort of an easst coast Fort Steele. Even had lunch in their coaching inn. Also had some rain we had to duck for cover from - the first (and last) we had in a month of travels. After that we drove on and spent a little while in Fredericton. The best part of these little Atlantic cities is that they are full of lovely old Victorian heritage homes, mostly very well preserved -...

Jump to full entry

Sep 17, 2009 - Woodstock, NB, Canada

We’ve decided it’s time to leave the island. We have seen so much, but have also missed a lot. Unless you would stay a whole summer there is no way to see all of the island. We moved off the island into the north part of New Brunswick. We stopped in Woodstock, NB for the night and met some nice travelers from Wichita, KS. He had some great tales of his inexperience at Rving. I don’t think he studied any RV books before starting out.

Jump to full entry

Aug 30, 2009 - Woodstock, NB

We have finally reached the Maritimes.... The driving day started off cool and wet as we left L'evis QC. The St. Lawrence Seaway was visible for several hours albeit the morning fog in areas as we travelled HWY 20 towards New Brunswick. It sure is a huge body of water. Our destination for the day and overnight stop will be Woodstock, NB. A tiny but very pleasant camp ground (Cosy Cabins). We managed to hide the winter clothes this afternoon. British Columbia.... Please send some of those hot days to this part of the country, we could sure...

Jump to full entry
Previous -- 0 1  -- Next