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Category Archives: New Brunswick
In 1874 the The New Brunswick parliament appropriated funds for a lighthouse at Beaver Harbour, Charlotte County, to guide vessels into Beaver Harbour, which was frequently resorted to as a harbour of refuge. A site at Lighthouse Point on Drews … Continue reading
The Deer Island Princess II and John E. Rigby operate on a 5 kilometre crossing of Passamaquoddy Bay between L’Etete on mainland New Brunswick to Stuart Cove on the east side of Deer Island. The service is operated year … Continue reading
The small deck ferry Joshua Slocum was built in Halifax in 1973 by Halifax Metal Workers for the Minister of Highways. It entered service on the short run between East Ferry, and Tiverton, Digby, County. Fitted with twin steerable props … Continue reading
Lobsterdun waiting for the ferry across Passamaquoddy Bay between Deer Island and Letete. Letete is about 14 kilometres from Saint George, New Brunswick.
I’m not sure what this little guy is but I will find out and amend this when I do. New River Beach, Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick. © 2013 CKB
This trip rained pretty much the entire time so my little monkey buddy was glad that there was an awesome MEC tent to keep things dry. Lobsterdun was not that concerned about the rain. The picture of Lobsterdun is nice, … Continue reading
I’m not sure what this is but it is icky and it was on a beach in the Bay Of Fundy. © 2013 CKB
It might seem a bit strange that this guy is unloading kelp at a low tide instead of waiting for a high tide where he could just toss it on the dock, but it makes sense when you consider that … Continue reading
A small fishing community on the Bay of Fundy – nets and stuff that show how the fisheries are in decline… © 2013 CKB
Dipper Harbour is a sheltered harbour on the Bay of Fundy – it’s pretty, serene, and perhaps indicative of the state of the fisheries in Canada… more images in an album or on Facebook. © 2013 CKB