The Canadian Encyclopedia
New Brunswick is one of three provinces collectively known as the "Maritimes." Joined to Nova Scotia by the narrow Chignecto Isthmus and separated from Prince Edward Island by the Northumberland Strait, New Brunswick forms the land bridge linking this region to continental North America. It is bounded in the north by Québec and in the west by the US (Maine). In 1784, the British divided Nova Scotia at the Chignecto Isthmus, naming the west and north portion New Brunswick after the German…
The 1905 foot Fredericton Walking Bridge (the old rail bridge) connects Fredericton's North and South sides,spanning across the St. John River It was renamed the Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge in 2008.
Winter at Hopewell Rocks, New Brunswick, Canada
Tens of thousands of tourists visit the Hopewell Rocks every summer. Very few ever see the same scene in winter. This picture is taken from the viewing platform above the rocks. We felt it would be too difficult, and possibly dangerous, to go down to the rocks at this time of year. The collar of ice arond the base of each standing rock shows the height to which the tide comes every 12½ hours. The tidal range here is about 16 metres between high and low tide, one of the greatest in the world…
Hartt Shoe Factory, Fredericton, NB
www.myhartt.com/history/shoe_boot.htm This company had an illustrious history and their shoes were my favorite for fit, comfort and durability.
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