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« on: February 26, 2008, 07:56:27 pm »

Here’s some pictures taken in the Province of New Brunswick with my digital camera that I bought in 2005.  I have many more non digital pictures but I would have to scan them in.  Maybe later.  

I’ll post some of those that I took in the Province of Nova Scotia including the Cabot Trail in another thread later this week.  If anybody else has pictures of New Brunswick, please post them here.

New Brunswick is not known to have the greatest roads but we make it up with hospitality and friendliness.    

Anybody that knows me know that I like to take pictures of covered bridges.  We still have 64 of them standing in New Brunswick.  

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This one was built in 1917 and is located off Rte 1 near Sussex.  

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Winter shot.  This one is located near Moncton.  

The Bay of Fundy famous for its tides.  

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Low tide in the Bay of Fundy in Alma just outside Fundy National Park.


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In Southern New Brunswick, we have a number of cable ferries

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In Southwest New Brunswick, we have a few Islands.  One of them is Campobello Island.

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This one was taken from Campobello Island looking at Lubec Maine.  

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Lighthouse on Campobello Island.
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« Reply #1 on: February 26, 2008, 08:22:24 pm »

Nice pictures, thanks!

I plan on riding to / from the Cabot trail sometime in 2009.  I can't wait to see more of that corner of the world.  
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« Reply #2 on: February 26, 2008, 09:18:51 pm »

 Bigok great pics, but is it really necessary to have a stop sign on the off ramp of a ferry... really one would think maritime rs would know better than taking an automobile into the bay. Although if they can sail a rough cut punt and make a punt cut rough I suppose they can float anything  Lol
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« Reply #3 on: February 26, 2008, 09:45:36 pm »

Great pictures  Thumbsup I can't wait to get up there on a bike  Bigsmile


The Bay of Fundy famous for its tides.  




Sweet, I'd like to see that for myself. In 2006 I rode the Seward Highway along Alaska's Turnagain Arm's, second highest tide in North America, Canada's Bay of Fundy being the highest.


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« Reply #4 on: February 27, 2008, 06:54:34 am »

Thanks for the memories. In 1986 immediately after retirement from the USAF, I meandered down the St Lawrence valley to Gaspe' then turned south to NB and NS! Beautiful country and great folks.
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« Reply #5 on: February 27, 2008, 03:04:24 pm »

Nice piccies there Leon!  Smile
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« Reply #6 on: February 27, 2008, 06:15:58 pm »

I'm pretty sure I have a picture of that first covered bridge (off Rt 1 near Sussex) with my '99 Bandit parked in the same spot.  If not, it's a bridge and surroundings that look nearly identical - I'm just not sure where I was when I took the pic... Embarassment
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« Reply #7 on: February 27, 2008, 10:29:04 pm »

NB pics...
Pic1 - Point Wolfe, Fundy National Park
Pic2 - Fundy National Park
Pic 3,4 - Cocagne Cap....these pictures are very typical of the riding sight all along the coast in southern NB
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« Reply #8 on: February 27, 2008, 10:30:48 pm »

Pointe-du-Chene Wharf sunset - Shediac NB
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« Reply #9 on: February 28, 2008, 07:29:45 pm »

I found some pictures of the Hopewell Rocks that I took in 1988 and scanned two of them.  Probably not quite as good as Shil's picture.  Anybody wanting to visit them has to go at low tide.  Here's the official web site.

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« Reply #10 on: February 28, 2008, 08:25:36 pm »

Great pics !!  NB is definitely on my list.

What is the riding like around St. Andrews by the Sea ? I had a girlfriend from there and she regaled me with stories of what a beautiful place it was and how good the beaches were. Would love to visit someday.
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« Reply #11 on: February 29, 2008, 08:37:17 pm »

I just happen to have some pictures of the main drag in St.Andrews that I took in Aug 2005.  

There is a lot of boating around St.Andrews in the summer but I never heard of any nice beaches around there.  Technically, it is on the Passamaquoddy Bay and the water from that Bay goes in the cold Bay of Fundy and vice versa.  I don't think you want to swim in it.  

Here's a link to the Town's web site.  http://www.town.standrews.nb.ca/

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« Reply #12 on: February 29, 2008, 08:48:02 pm »

BZ, if your GF was talking about nice beaches, she was most likely talking about the beaches along the East Coat of the Province.  And surprise surprise, since you asked   Bigok it just so happens that I have some pictures of the Bouctouche Dune.  It is 7 miles long dune that stretches out in the relatively warm Northumberland Strait near my home town of Bouctouche located 30 miles of Moncton. There is a 1.2 mile boardwalk on it where you can have a romantic walk with a GF or SO.  The pictures were taken in the Month of October, thus explaining the deserted beach.  

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« Reply #13 on: March 02, 2008, 11:44:59 am »

Hey, here's a couple pictures that I took recently.
This is near St. Martins which is a bit east of Saint John along the coast.  We got there on our trail bikes.
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No picture thread of NB is complete without a shot of the world's longest covered bridge in Hartland.  One should make an effort to go ride it as it is a unique experience.
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« Reply #14 on: March 02, 2008, 12:10:01 pm »

Having driven the coastal road between Campbellton (at the QC border) and Port Elgin (at the NS border), I was quite disappointed at how little the roads offered views of Chaleur Bay, the Gulf of Saint Lawrence and the Northumberland Strait.

So if anyone is going in hopes of that, don't expect to.

The coastal highway (132) around Gaspesie offered nothing but gulf/bay views over its entire length.
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« Reply #15 on: March 02, 2008, 06:13:22 pm »

Those are cool pictures of the Hartland bridge Homebrew.   Thumbsup

Global Rider, I agree with you that the road around Gaspésie is more scenic and longer than the Acadian Coast of New Brunswick.  However, there is more road along the Acadian coast than most people realize when they drive down.  They are just not as well indicated and no one road follows the coast all the way.  

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« Reply #16 on: March 02, 2008, 06:25:27 pm »

In case you didn't know, New Brunswick is the only officially bilingual (French - English) province in Canada. This picture is a testament to that in our Acadian way of translating from English. Lol  It was taken at the Miramichi Dragway Park on the East side of the Province.  

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« Reply #17 on: March 02, 2008, 07:17:13 pm »


Global Rider, I agree with you that the road around Gaspésie is more scenic and longer than the Acadian Coast of New Brunswick.  However, there is more road along the Acadian coast than most people realize when they drive down.  They are just not as well indicated and no one road follows the coast all the way.


I drove the 11 from Campbellton to Bathhurst and instead of taking the 8 straight down to Miramichi (home of that useless gun registry, don't get me going), I continued along the 11 to Grand Anse, Inkerman and Tracadie hoping to find some coastal highway. Nope, none to be found. Maybe if I took the 134 along the Baie de Chaleur instead of the 11, it would have been a more scenic ride.

I continued down the 11 to Shediac and then took 15, 955 and 960 (Cape Tormentine) where I got a glimpse of the Confederation bridge.

The Bay of Fundy side doesn't look much better...or?
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« Reply #18 on: March 02, 2008, 08:25:33 pm »

If you want to see water from Campbellton to Bathurst, you have to take the 134 not the 11.  It's not going to be fast or full of motorcycle twisties but you'll see the Chaleur Bay all along.  From Bathurst to Caraquet on the 11, there is some water, perhaps not all the way but most of it.  I think I know, I lived in Bathurst for 3 years and did that road on a regular basis. You do have to avoid the bypass coming out of Bathurst and join the 11 a bit further.  

From Caraquet to Miramichi on the 11, I would agree that you don't see a lot of water but there are some spots where you do see it.  As you approach Miramichi, the water you see is the Miramichi Bay, not the open sea.  

If you stay on the coast on Rte 117, you see water for short periods in Baie Se-Anne, Escuminac and Pointe-Sapin before entering Kouchibouguac National Park.  

Once in Richibucto it gets more complicated but there is lots of water (Northumberland Strait) to be seen. You simply have to zig zag on different Rte numbers and they are not very well marked for those who don't know them.  For example, there are routes 475, 535, 530, 950 and others. In New Brunswick, the higher the numbers, the more secondary they are.



 
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« Reply #19 on: March 04, 2008, 08:40:12 pm »



............and then there is the road up the East side of the St. John River. Pretty as all getout as it goes through all the small villages, although the pavement is very rough in places.

Great pics, Acadian Rider. Reminds me of why people call this God's Country.

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« Reply #20 on: March 13, 2008, 09:53:46 am »

Acadian Rider, nice work.
I was probably with you when most of these picture were taken, now I know why you asked me to move my bike away from yours. ha ha hi hi

After reading the comments, a "recommended roads to travel on" tread of provinces and states would be nice for the folks planning trips.

New Brunswick has a beautiful ocean shore line but the lakes and mountains should also have a "must see"  comment on a travellers note pad.
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« Reply #21 on: June 21, 2009, 08:06:23 pm »

Bump!

I've been riding slightly over two months now in 2009 and have taken hundreds of pictures including those of covered bridges but that will be the subject of another thread when I'm done with all of them.  For now I'll add to this thread.  All of the new pictures were taken in Southern New Brunswick. Some were taken on the Wee and others on the big Super Tanker (ST).  

I'll do this in chronological order.  

This cemetary is located in Albert County.  The pictures were taken on 2 May 2009.  

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Someone has a twisted sense of humour.   Lol

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Don't spend too much time reading the sign or you'll miss the twisty.  



The next series of pictures were taken on dirt roads in Westmorland County all within one hour from Moncton.  

The next three were taken around Memramcook 9 May 2009.  

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The next seven were taken going around Dorchester Cape on 16 May 2009.  

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« Reply #22 on: June 21, 2009, 08:25:21 pm »

The next ones were taken on the unfinished Fundy Trail that will join St. Martins to Fundy National Park once completed.  

They were taken on 23 May 2009 on the ST with Sue.

Do you detect a pattern with the dates?   Bigsmile

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Sue is in this one.  

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Low tide in St. Martins.


The next one were taken on 13 June 2009.  I only have pictures of covered bridges for 30 May 2009 and 6 June 2009.  Those will have to wait.   Bigsmile

These ones were taken in and around Fundy National Park.  

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This one would have been impossible with the ST.  

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From the Crooked Creek lookout just off Rte 114.  


The next three are right at the Alma entrance of the Fundy National Park.


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O.K. I'm cheating but I can't help it.  Hee's one of the covered bridge at Point Wolfe inside the Park.  

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« Reply #23 on: June 21, 2009, 08:32:08 pm »

The next series of photos of the Confederation Bridge were taken on 18 June 2009. I'm sure you all know that that bridge joins New Brunswick to Prince Edward Island.  I believe it is the longest bridge in the world over waters that freeze in the winter but don't quote me on this.  

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This next one is from the Cape Jourimain lighthouse by the bridge.

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« Reply #24 on: June 21, 2009, 11:01:50 pm »


The next three were taken around Memramcook 9 May 2009.  

I have some great memories of Memramcook and the surrounding area.

Almost two decades ago now, I visited St. Joseph and Memramcook with my girlfriend.  Now, I was born in the West, but my family is Acadian...and it was just wild to see my last name on about every third mailbox (it is a rare name out here).  We visited the Acadian museum, and when I signed the guestbook, the docent saw my name and asked if we were visiting for the family reunion the next evening--this was the first we'd heard about that, but we did decide to attend.  Different branch of the family, but we were warmly welcomed and had a great time!
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