Through the Windscreen – New Brunswick

Our New Brunswick odyssey took nine days.  The official province map lays out five “routes panoramiques” and they were indeed quite scenic drives.  We started with the Fundy Coastal Drive, then onto the Acadian Coastal Drive, connected to the Appalachian Range Route, and cut across at Saint Quentin to the River Valley Scenic Drive.    This took us counter-clockwise around the perimeter of the province.

That meant we missed the Miramichi River Route which cuts diagonally across the province.  Ah well, it gives us a reason to return someday to take that drive.

Here’s a sampling of photos showing New Brunswick architecture, sweet churches and scenery as seen through the windscreen.  It would have been nice to stop and take better photos of all these, but then our trip would have taken three weeks. 


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