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A terrific resource for all of us who love experiencing the natural and cultural landscape of our province. Thank you!
Hi Larry & Steve,
Friends of mine found the picture of the paddle boarder you took last Friday night (Aug 26th) on the Saint John river on Instagram.
Turns out the paddle boarder is me! Just wanted to say it’s a great picture. And it’s great to see the perspective from the shore.
We are finding the information very interesting and love to share the beauty of this province with others! Keep up the great work!
A Visit from the Pros,
We noticed two fellows admiring Saint Mary’s Church, which is a popular pastime for Village visitors. After we had allowed a suitable time for the resident elder of the Church to instill his message, we ambled across the street to throw in our two cents worth.
We met Steve Rogers and Larry Dickinson, who together operate the social media site, My New Brunswick: https://mynewbrunswick.ca They advised us they were touring Albert County from their home base of Fredericton and wondered what, besides Saint Mary’s Church there was to see in Hillsborough.
Talking fast is not a strong point of ours, but we squeezed as many flattering words as we could into the hour Steve and Larry allotted us.
The entry on their web site seems to indicate that some of our message got through.
As Steve and Larry said about Hillsborough and the Museum: Check It Out.
Cousin Kathleen & Paul
Steeves House Museum
The Hopewell Rocks
Supervisor Admissions and Group Tours
Tourism, Heritage and Culture
Steve & Larry,
THANK YOU so much for the wonderful write up on Victoria Manor. We are so very pleased of the work that you are accomplishing.
Your travels are providing a great demonstration of the beauty that is New Brunswick. We look forward to seeing more from your travels.
Thank you very much,
John , Fatima & The Lefrancois Family @ Victoria Manor
Thank you for coming to see us. I just read your article and enjoyed it and the wonderful pictures. It would make me want to go and visit it. I we hope you come again.
I am now off to enjoy your other posts.
Van Horne Estate on Ministers Island
I just spent a very long time exploring your website. It is wonderful! Thanks for sharing and the pictures of Gagetown are very beautiful.
We are changing over our website, and our new one will have a banner with a slide show. We would love to feature some of your pictures if we would have your permission.
Village of Gagetown
I see you have some images of the Welsh Chapel at Cardigan Settlement, here: https://mynewbrunswick.ca/welsh-chapel/
I am the editor of a UK-published journal called Discover Your Ancestors – we have an article on Cardigan and Welsh emigration to Canada. Is it possible to use these images, please? They will of course be credited.
I found this site intriguing with lots of beautiful photos. I plan to forward the link to several of my friends for their viewing.
I’m French and I live in Paris. I visited Fredericton and NB in June with my husband.
I was looking for more informations and photos about NB and Fredericton. I found your internet site. It’s marvellous and I can learn so many things about your city, the history, the life. I can find photo in the winter, during the animation and during the hard Arthur hurricane.
Your photos are very very beautiful . It’s a pleasure to see them and to read it. Thank you very much.
I hope you continue to write to read again and see the photo.
We love your country, the NB particularly, and the beautiful city of Fredericton, and the citizens too!! Have a good Day.
Envoyé depuis Surface Pro
I would like to thank you for the absolutely stunning pictures that you took today. I was one of the people there to show visitors around.
Your photos are simply beautiful, better than any I have seen before of this church.
Thank you so much for your interest.
St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church
Thanks for this great resource. Telling our story in pictures may help people appreciate NB’s beauty and quality of life.