We spent a showery Sunday touring the southern part of New Brunswick from Fredericton to Gagetown, to Saint John and then along the Bay of Fundy to St. Anthony and back, running mostly on back roads. If someone held a gun to my head I might be able to recreate the route, which, I think went along Routes 105, 124, 780, 100 and some other secondary and tertiary roads as well as 1 and 3. See what I mean? We wandered.
It was a cold and blustery day and we did not get out of the car much, but we did stop along the way to capture a few images.
|An overlook on the river|
|We'd been told about the provincial ferries and were delighted to come across one|
|The Bay of Fundy!|
|The Algonquin Hotel, one of the chain built and operated by the Canadian National Railroad in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Our plan is to return for out 50th wedding anniversary, inshallah.|
|Imagine our dismay when, back in Fredericton, we realized that the rates are even affordable!|