Here is Aidan with some New Brunswick "crab legs"...haha! We were at the ocean yesterday at Bouctouche (or something like that) and we saw many baby crab shells and even a few empty legs. I joked that Ginette should cook us some for supper...I loooove crab legs.
Some quick observations about my time in New Brunswick so far:
- the secondary highways here are verrrry bumpy and narrow and curvy, resulting in a tad bit of motion sickness for me
- people have their houses located very close to the secondary highways
- the tourist season is over, so many places close down (it is nice in the way that there aren't a tonne of tourists in your photos...but hard to find a decent restaurant outside of Moncton)
- all the powerlines are above ground here
- there are a lot of churches here...mostly baptist and anglican that we have seen (we went into Moncton today and saw 3 different churches in one close location...one on each corner. A man saw us taking photos of the church and he offered us a personal tour, which we accepted. It was a tour of a very traditional Anglican church, interesting!)
- Lobster is priced at $6.50 per pound. We have yet to buy and eat some...although Ginette and Aidan enjoyed a "lobster roll" for lunch at a restaurant in Alma.
That is it for now...toodleoo from across the country!!
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