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Day 10 – Stones and sea glass

We got up at 6:00 am today and were on the road – fed and packed – by 7:10. We planned to see Joggins Cliffs fossil site, but before that we wanted to have a look at a nearby beach … Continue reading

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Day 9 – A day at the beach!

No, not catching some rays in my bathing suit – this was Blue Beach, a rocky stretch of coastline where all kinds of fossils are found. We spent over an hour there as the tide was turning, photographing all kinds … Continue reading

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Day 8 – Weathering it

Today it has been raining everywhere we’ve gone. Can’t complain – the weather for our trip has been wonderful. We haven’t been too hot, or too cold, or too much of anything, and it has to rain sometime. We went … Continue reading

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Day 7 – A zoo and rocks, too!

We got up earlier today, with two things on our agenda. One, we wanted to look at the Hopewell Rocks. That, however, is dependent on the tides. We didn’t want to spend the whole day there watching the tides go … Continue reading

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Day 6 – A Frolicsome Day

Today we got off to a later start than expected, and then changed time zones to boot. We had a long drive, but we also did some fun things. The day started with breakfast at Mike’s in Riviere du Loup. … Continue reading

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Day 5 – Today I learned…

This was a travel day, from Montreal to Riviere du Loup. We took it easy, leaving late, stopping for breakfast and lunch, and to visit a chocolatiere in Otterbourne Park.  We still arrived just before 6 p.m. So today I … Continue reading

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Day 4 – Beetles and bonsai

Today we sallied forth to see the Jardin Botanique and the Insectarium. Both of these are well worth the trip, dare I say even the trip from Wharncliffe. The Insectarium is an incredible collection of insects and information about them. … Continue reading

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