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9 Best Things To Do In Moncton, New Brunswick Canada, Destinations, Alaska, Places To Go, East Coast Travel, Summer Travel, Beautiful Places To Visit, Canada Travel, Vacations

Being the biggest city in New Brunswick, Moncton is a great place to visit whilst heading across the province or to see the best spots in Nova Scotia. - 9 Best Things To Do In Moncton, New Brunswick - Travel, Travel Advice - Canada, Moncton, New Brunswick, North America - Travel, Food and Home Inspiration Blog with door-to-door Travel Planner! - Travel Advice, Travel Inspiration, Home Inspiration, Food Inspiration, Recipes, Photography

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Tips for making the most of St. George, New Brunswick - East Coast Mermaid Camping, Summer, East Coast, Coast, Brunswick Street, St. George, New Brunswick, Deer Island, Camping Trips

Earlier this summer, I shared my Summer 2017 NB Destinations Bucket List and on last week’s four day vacation, I checked off quite a few items on my list that I can’t wait to share. Today, I’m super excited to show a few snapshots from my quick stop in St. George, New Brunswick. St. George is nestled between St. Stephen (and the American Border) and Saint John, New Brunswick. It’s small, but it packs a ton of East Coast charm. It’s most known for the St. George Gorge and falls. Thanks to…

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Becky Jordan
St. George Gorge, New Brunswick, Canada My Dad worked here for most of my 18 years in St George. I took his lunch to him down in the bottom of that red building many times.........beautiful on the outside view, hell on the inside with the heat and steam as they made pulp. A way of life for many men in St. George in the 50's and early 60's............nice capture Trinidad, Ottawa, Alaska, Canada, Country, New Brunswick Canada, East Coast, Eastern Canada, Atlantic Canada

St. George Gorge, New Brunswick, Canada My Dad worked here for most of my 18 years in St George. I took his lunch to him down in the bottom of that red building many times.........beautiful on the outside view, hell on the inside with the heat and steam as they made pulp. A way of life for many men in St. George in the 50's and early 60's............nice capture

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Michel Hebert