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We're staying at a campsite that's known as the Best gay and lesbian campground in New Brunswick. I'm enjoying it a lot. There's a river a few meters from our campsite, it's really far from any traffic (in contrast to the last one we stayed at), and the camp grounds are well maintained and very clean.

But the mosquitos are terrible - we stopped on the side of the road on the way over to try to pick up some free firewood from the woods, and I was surrounded by them; Sue got a few bites, one on her back was immediately the size of a quarter, will probably be bigger tomorrow.
The firewood mostly wasn't worth taking with us, completely rotten and too risky to bring into our car... got a few pieces, bought some firewood when we got into the site, and got a lot more from the woods within the campsite. Now writing in front of the fire as Sue boasts about her ability to make fire.

Posted by chrisvasil 19:14 Archived in Canada Tagged gay_travel Comments (0)


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Parliament has a big clock it's like Big Ben, only smaller and generally less pointy from an architectural standpoint. Still bigger than I expected though.
We took a (free) tour of the parliament buildings this morning, went into the senate, but not the house of commons because it was in session (the public gallery was closed though).
Later today we'll go to the mint and Bytown (apparently similar to St Lawrence Market).
Tried using WiFi in front of a closed Starbucks,
but couldn't figure out how to log in, so now using free internet at the public library.
Tomorrow, we'll be in Montreal.

Posted by chrisvasil 09:30 Archived in Canada Tagged gay_travel Comments (1)

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