Friday, August 20, 2010

St Stephen New Brunswick, Canada’s Chocolate Town

The chocolate Museum is a must for chocoholics.  All you can eat chocolates as your touring the museum.  The museum displays the history of Ganong Bros. candy makers in St. Stephen since 1873.   It would have been fun to do a factory tour, but they no longer have them due to peanut allergies. 

Mike was in heaven all the chocolates you want and very good chocolates.   


We will be staying 4 nights at New River Provincial Park just south of St. John.  The Canadian Provincial Parks camp sites are very wooded and large.  Nothing nicer then a camp fire in the evening.


Across the street from the campground is a beautiful beech on the ocean.  We spent a full day reading and having a picnic lunch.  Also doing one of favorite things, people watching.


Mike once again in his beech attire.  You can tell water is his thing.


The day was a little overcast, but plenty warm with a nice breeze coming off the ocean.



The two photos were taken from the same spot six hours apart.  The tide is unbelievable in this area.


We will be following highway one up the fundy coast for the next week or so. 

Another Perfect day. 

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