The Longest Covered Bridge in the World | Hartland, New Brunswick, Canada - Would love to visit someday.

Pont couvert d'Hartland - Hartland covered bridge Hartland, New Brunswick, Canada the longest covered bridge in the world: 1282 ft, inaugurated in

Bouctouche, New Brunswick, Canada. This is my new definition of peaceful beauty.

Bouctouche, New Brunswick, Canada.a peaceful beauty - serpentine walking bridge

Dickson Falls in Fundy National Park, New Brunswick, Canada, North America Photographic Print

Dickson Falls in Fundy National Park, New Brunswick, Canada, North America

Dickson Falls in Fundy National Park, New Brunswick, Canada, North America Photographic Print

World's Biggest Lobster Sculpture, Rotary Park, Shediac, New Brunswick, Canada

Words cannot describe how much I love lobster. I'm already drooling. World's Biggest Lobster Sculpture, Rotary Park, Shediac, New Brunswick, Canada

Step inside the oldest market in North America for a true treat for the senses. The Saint John City Market is just a short walk from your ship. | Cruise excursions in New Brunswick, Canada

Step inside the oldest market in North America for a true treat for the senses. The Saint John City Market is just a short walk from your ship. Cruise excursions in New Brunswick, Canada

Fortress of Louisbourg---Sydney,Nova Scotia

Fortress of Louisbourg. The fortifications eventually surrounded the town. The walls were constructed mainly between 1720 and

Best spots for leaf-peeping in New Brunswick, Canada | Fundy Coastal Drive | If you think the Bay of Fundy is breathtaking in the summer, just imagine it dressed in brilliant fall colour.

Best spots for leaf-peeping in New Brunswick, Canada Fundy Coastal Drive If you think the Bay of Fundy is breathtaking in the summer, just imagine it dressed in brilliant fall colour.

This was taken in just east of Fredericton, NB on the TransCanada Highway Route 2 in front of a Farmer's Market. Potatoes are a big industry in this part of New Brunswick!

Attraction, east of Fredericton, NB on the TransCanada Highway Route 2 in front of a Farmer's Market. Potatoes are a big industry in this part of New Brunswick!

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