The Adventures of Sunsette -- New Brunswick coastline, Feb. 23
Great photos! It's neat that there's still ice.

We have covered bridges here in America, too- I didn't know they had them anywhere else. It's sort of a rural thing.
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These captions answer most of the questions I posed on the Flickr posts of these pictures! About the tide range that leaves the boats grounded, about the depth of the caves, and about the "spring-like" sunshine!

Not exactly "spring-like" temperatures... yet... it sounds like! Was there much wind?

The 2-lane covered bridge is a new one? Did they build it like that to emulate the style of an original bridge on the site, or is there a reason to still build covered bridges in that area? Did they leave the original bridge intact?

Annoying dogs on the beach -- yeah. Sucks. I think any beach that allows dogs should also allow beach-goers to carry firearms. There are over 4.5-million dog bites in the US each year. Around 13,000 dog-mauling hospitalizations, and about 50 dog attack deaths. Plus... they're just annoying.

So cool that you turned around and back-tracked just to see where "Duck Pond Road" led. You and I could "road trip" together, no problem... except that we'd never get to where we were going because of constantly getting side-tracked!

I'm happy for you that you worked in a little adventure... without rain.

If the weather stays clear and sunny like this, you could simply drive inland to catch the solar eclipse rather than heading to the States again.
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