The Longest Covered Bridge in the World | Hartland, New Brunswick, Canada

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

being a Canadian is confusing!

Oh, Canadians. They're not bad, or anything like that (although Canadians are generally kind), but their basis is quite confusing!

Priceless!

I love these pictures that say 'only in 'Canada' I'm Canadian and I LOVE them. After the driveway was cleared after yesterday's storm. He cleared out the BBQ so he could make steaks hahah

Stubby bottles

Vintage Packaging – Stubby Beer Bottles

“The stubby beer bottle was Canada‘s national beer bottle from 1961 to In 1961 the Dominion Brewers Association (now the Brewers Association of Canada) replaced the heavy, bulky, non-standard.

The classic Stubby

The classic Stubby beer. Only beer brands I ever saw guys drink in high school were Blue, Canadian and Ex

only in Canada!!

This salty snack is a Canadian favourite and only available in Canada! It can be found on Keele Campus but you have to look around for it.

~+~+~ Maple Leaf Tartan ~+~+~  David Weiser created this beautiful tartan in 1964.  While each province and territory has an individual tartan, the Maple Leaf Tartan is the only one representative of Canada. It is also used by the pipes and drums of the Royal Canadian Regiment.  The four colours reflect the colours of the maple leaf as it changes through the seasons; green in spring, burnished gold in the early fall, deep red as temperatures drop, and brown after falling.

Maple Leaf TARTAN :: David WEISER created this tartan in The four colours reflect the colours of the maple leaf as it changes through the seasons; green in spring, burnished gold in the early fall, deep red as temperatures drop, & brown after falling.

RAISIN BUTTER TARTS

Anna Olsen's raisin butter tart recipe - note will cut raisins and maybe add pecans(Baking Cookies Corn Syrup)

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