After Caribou-Munroe Provincial Park in Nova Scotia, it was off to New Brunswick for a three-night stay at Fundy National Park. The park sits along the shores of the famous bay known for its lofty tides. Activities here vary by whether the tide is in or out.
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Finally found a Canadian who apparently likes our president.
With the arrival of Labor Day, the occupancy of the Canadian campgrounds completely reversed itself.
Prior to the holiday, the campgrounds were rife with families camping in tents and tent trailers. With the exception of weekends, the post-Labor Day campers were mostly geezers in bigger rigs.
The result is a more peaceful camping environment, but I’ve got to admit, I sort of miss seeing the little rug rats out having fun.
This homemade rig was crafted by a fellow camper who doesn’t mind sleeping under canvas, but hates to sleep on the ground.
We’ll stick with our A–Frame.
We’re as happy as two cats crawling from a swimming pool.
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