Relaxing on the banks of the St John river, NB

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Made it into New Brunswick and snagged a great campsite along the ST John river about 100 miles east of Fredericton. We are going to spend a week camped here to avoid the crowds of long weekend campers invading the more well known tourist areas. Today Anne and I went to Kings Landing Historical Town, It was really neat. It had everyone dressed up in authentic clothes and acting like it was the 1880’s . We toured all the recreated houses and shops and checked out all the old history of the place. We have made a local friend , his name is Ron and has live here many years, he is 82. I showed him how to hook up his TV antenna and he paid me in carrots fresh from his garden, we also got a night free camping because I fixed the broken WIFI, so I’m doing well here bartering my services! Meeting many people from BC here, when they see the licence plate they come over for a chat. Last night in this small campground of 12 sites there were 3 other bc’ers , one from Penticton, one from Comox and one from Campbell River. Other things we plan to do are see the biggest axe in the world, tour a potato chip factory and check out the longest covered bridge, Cheers for now ! Ray

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