Most of our Canadian readers will know that today is election day in
. Will anything change? Well all we can do is hope, I suppose. Canada
But this blog is not about politics so we’re not going to discuss it or force our opinion on anybody. And the closest we’ll ever get to discussing religion is by showing you pictures of churches!
Saturday was a decent day and
’s interior needed a major cleanup. So we got it about half done. Nice to have the windows open while doing so. In the evening, our couchsurfing host Tracey and her boyfriend G Sherman invited us in for a glass of wine and we spent the evening solving the worlds problems. ary
Yesterday, Lindsey and Cameron came over while Justin was working. He’s a carpenter, and these guys tend to get a lot of jobs on the side so he was out making some spare cash this weekend. So we had pancakes and maple syrup for lunch, and then we drove the 16 kms (10 miles) or so over to
to go for a walk. Blomidon Provincial Park
Ruth, Whiskey, and Lindsey
The entrance road to the park is quite steep, and pushing Cameron’s stroller was hard work, but good exercise. It was also hard work on the way back down trying to hold the stroller back from taking off on it’s own!
A lot of of nice views from Blomidon Provincial Park
The provincial parks are all closed right now, the first ones don’t open until May 20th, and a the rest don’t open until June 17th, which is totally ridiculous. But there’s nothing stopping you from parking at the entrance and going for a walk or using the trails.
Quite a few trees in the campground were blown down over the winter.
Another indication of the worlds highest tides at the Bay of Fundy
Sunday was cooler than forecast with a high of around 10C (50F). Today was supposed to be a ZERO percent chance of rain, however it's been drizzling for the last two hours already!