New Brunswick has a...
New Brunswick has a blend of climate typical of a coastal area and that of an inland province. Summers are typically warm and comfortable—but not too hot. Many pleasant but cooler days are experienced in spring and autumn. Temperatures are given in Celsius rather than Fahrenheit
Eddy (Simonneeddy) sent me...
Eddie (Simonneeddy sent me this photo that he took of two watchtowers at Shediac. But on closer observation neither appear to be the one I picture above. So, I still wonder if it is on he beach, or has it been moved? Anyway, thanks Eddy, for the update.
Simmonneeddy's Moncton page is worthy of a visit, if you happen to be on this page, so just cick this link and explore this location in great detail:
Simonneeddy's Moncton Page
Moncton was the home of my x-girlfriend of 3 years, so i have taken my fair share of trips to this city. I think i've had enough experiences in this city for me to safely say that Moncton produces some of the most hectac locals i've ever met.
LeighAnne's new Moncton Page
Welcome to Moncton - its considered the hub of New Brunswick because it is in the centre of the maritimes. We are 1/2 hour from Prince Edward Island and 1/2 hour from Nova Scotia.
Read on for interest.....