On the way to Bouctouche – Day 44 Part 2

As we pulled out of the marina in Shippagan we had to go under a draw bridge to cut across Lameque Island and head for the Northumberland Strait.

Going under the draw bridge.

Going under the draw bridge.

Looking back at the draw bridge.

Looking back at the draw bridge.

If you have 20/20 vision and a good imagination, you can see the two seals.

If you have 20/20 vision and a good imagination, you can see the two seals.

Approaching the Marina in very shallow water.. 4-6 feet deep in the winding channel. 1-2 feet deep outside the channel.

Approaching the Marina in very shallow water.. 4-6 feet deep in the winding channel. 1-2 feet deep outside the channel.

 

Our boat docked at a Bouctouche marina called Saw Mill Point Marina.

Our boat docked at a Bouctouche marina called Saw Mill Point Marina.

This is a lovely marina!

This is a lovely marina!

Terrific marina. Nicest we have seen so far!

Terrific marina. Nicest we have seen so far!

Hiking trail to town a quarter mile away.

Hiking trail to town a quarter mile away.

One more look at the terrific marina from the walking trail.

One more look at the terrific marina from the walking trail.

Large church in small town of Bouctouche.

Large church in small town of Bouctouche.

Very fun house in town. It was amazing.

Very fun house in town. It was amazing.    


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On the way to Bouctouche – Day 44 Part 2 — 6 Comments

    • Hi again Pat. Yes, that house with all the miniature replicas was really something. Each of those, the church, the lighthouse, etc. must have taken a lot of work and time to individually build. I wonder if anyone from the Bouctouche area knows any more about the home and yard replicas that could share more details with us. Do they leave them out all winter?

      Bruno

  1. Well, I am just green with envy. I think that house is amazing too. Would love to see it some day.
    Bobbi

      • Hi Mike. Yes, we are having a great adventure. Each day brings new exciting things to see and places to go. We will keep taking and posting pictures. Glad you enjoy seeing them.

        iboats’ Captain,

        Bruno

    • Bobbi, the house was on a side street in the town of Bouctouche. Each of the fun, large doll-house sized items in the yard were built by someone who took pride in doing beautiful and detailed work.

      Bruno and Cari

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