This morning, after a continental breakfast, we packed up and left Woodstock, NB My tour guide wanted to show me the covered bridge at Hartland, NB
This is the world's longest covered bridge at 1,282 feet
Here's a side view where you are able to see how long it it. It was designed for one lane traffic so you have to wait your turn
We took a rest break here and even my Pink Crocs are enjoying time in the warm sunshine. Much better weather today than the past few
Not many photos today as our goal was to get out of New Brunswick and into Quebec
We crossed another time zone so we gaineed an hour, which meant that we arrived in plenty of time to relax and wash up before dinner. That is the St Lawrence river in the background
As soon as you cross the border into Quebec, all english signs disappear and I have no idea what the warning signs say. I thought that this country was supposed to be bilingual. I must say that our waitresses have been struggling to speak english while we try to order our food. Everyone one I meet has been saying "bon jour" and I just learned that I should return with a "'bien"
short post today as I am struggling to maintain my internet connection. Most times I get the wifi signal but says "no internet connection". I have no idea why, but I must thank my tour guide for getting me on-line. My windows explorer just froze and I had to resort to google chrome. Earlier Google chrome didn't work either.
tonight we are in Saint Andre (I think) . Tomorrow we should be in Quebec City