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August 14th, 2008
07:23 am


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Canada 2008, day 1
... where day 0 was the end of the day we landed.

We've been settling in, but we also got a lot done yesterday. We got our marriage license, which was a bit fraught but turned out ok. We bought a bunch of stuff for the wedding and reception, and we arranged to meet the Pastor who is performing the service.

In the course of that, we took a stroll through Miramichi. I've been here before, but I thought it was a good chance to share some of Canada with you.

Brian and Jennifer's house:

Brian and Jennifer's garden:

Jennifer's sister, Mary's house, opposite Brian and Jen's house:

The famous "Black Horse Tavern". I still haven't dared to venture inside:

Ritchie Wharf is a cute little children's play area/historical information site. It just happens to be right behind the house:

There's a reason why this area of Canada is called "The Maritimes":

The play area has a water feature, which turns on when you touch a post. It's pretty cool:

It's a ship!

Oh wait, it's a trick:

A little amphitheater:

The Miramichi River. It's HUGE:

There's an awesome ice-cream shop in among the restaurants and cafes of Ritchie Wharf. We restrained ourselves yesterday, but we'll be back:

Current Location: Miramichi
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Date:August 14th, 2008 02:32 pm (UTC)
So that's what Canada looks like!

(Nice pics.)
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Date:August 14th, 2008 03:19 pm (UTC)
'There's a reason why this area of Canada is called "The Maritimes"'

Yeah, it's the climate. :V
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Date:August 14th, 2008 03:55 pm (UTC)
Rains of pirates and sailors! 'tis cursed! ARR!

- Crumpwright ;P
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Date:August 14th, 2008 10:13 pm (UTC)
It was sunny and warm once... 3 weeks ago.
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Date:August 16th, 2008 12:56 am (UTC)
Come to my part of Canada if you want sun and warmth. Fort Chip has been in a drought-hole all summer. :P Fort McMurray to the south and Fort Smith to the north have been getting plenty of rain. But not us...
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