What a marvelous little town Hartland is, crossing the covered bridge is just the icing on the cake! Honk your horn; raise your feet and kiss, just a few of the things you are supposed to do crossing a covered bridge!
Look closely, that is the face of terror. My knees were shaking the whole time, but 100% worth it. The Grand Falls Gorge was incredible. I want to head back in warmer weather to tour the trails and another shaky walk across the bridge, eek.
Terror hunger must be a thing, because after crossing the Falls I felt like I had not eaten in days. A friend told me about a local pizza place in Grand Falls, it did not disappoint, what a delicious indulgence after long day.
Don’t judge me! Spring cleaning time! It took me an entire Sunday, but I turned a disastrous pile of junk into a semi-organized sunporch.
The Newcastle Stream ♥ I spent most of my childhood catching frogs and searching for salamanders along here. Take a quick trip out to Minto and kayak or walk along the Newcastle Stream, what a beautiful trip.
Every spring I check out the ice flows along the Nashwaak with my dog. I never dress properly for the season and end up freezing cold with a soaker, this trip did not disappoint.
Sisters date! Delicious pho first, then upriver to the Mactaquac Dam. We tried to take a photo, but mostly we laughed like fools. I had never seen the Dam from the NB Power side, it was incredible! That river valley ♥
Bust out the rubber boots, it’s puddle season! There is no shortage of mud puddles this time of year! Take a walk and play in the mud!
The trail to Hyla Park, in Fredericton, has great views for humans and apparently, K9s.
Mist on the Nashwaak River near Penniac. I was convinced the river was full of ghosts, but I still stopped to take a photo. The trail that extends along this river is incredible, and in summer months there are plenty of opportunities to dip your toes in or even rent a tube and float downstream.
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