Happy Canada Day! We loved our 5 day stay in Bathurst. We are now heading to look at Caraquet and then heading to Shippagan, NB where we will spend the night.
This shows us leaving Bathurst.
This is Doug Wolfe, Bathurst Marina manager and great guy, along with one his helpers Danny Boureau.
We are heading along the coast toward Caraquet. Calm waters!
Commercial fishing boat with sub-like life raft they can eject off the stern.
More fishing boats.
A huge stack of lobster pots along the dock.
Fishing boats in all shapes and sizes.
Large stack of lobster pots on the dock after they have been unloaded. Season is over here.
Commercial snow crab fishing boat with crab traps still on board.
Fishing boat in Shippagan.
Some of the Shippagan fishing fleet.
Very interesting helper-boat pulled up on stern of this fishing boat.
This is the good and protected marina at Shippagan for pleasure craft. The commercial fishing boats were next to us but in a separate harbor area.
This lighthouse is right next to the marina in Shippagan.
Another view of the lighthouse in Shippagan, with the marina to one side.
Walking along the bike path outside of Shippagan.
The bike path goes right along the water. Come back tomorrow for more!
Hi you two!! Guess who we met up with today in Cuyahoga Falls Ohio. we were at Dale’s brother’s funeral and ran into the Zitzman’s. Brother Zitzman was Bruno’s missionary companion in Germany. Small world!! Bobbi took a picture of them and sent it to you via her cell to Cari’s cell. Lot’s have been happening here including we have a baby at our house we are taking care of.
Dale & Bobbi
Hi Bobbi and Dale. How terrific to hear from you…and how fun that you ran into the Zitzmans in Ohio. Dave and Linda are the best. We are sorry to hear about Dale’s brother’s funeral and we extend our sincere condolences to you. A new baby at your house? Wow. You guys are troopers for sure.
Bruno and Cari
Hello looks like your having a lot of fun on your trip how much gas for your trip start to when your done have a great night to you and yours happy Canada day EH LOL
HI Fred. Yes, we are having a great time! Our boat, when fully loaded, burns about a gallon a mile at cruising speed. 1/2 to 1/3rd that when we are going more slowly. So I won’t know how much gas I’ll use until we are finished but I can guess reasonably close. We were hoping for some fireworks here in Shippagan for Canada Day today but no such luck.
I love the pretty colored boats. Your pictures make me want to visit the area!
Hi Pat. We loved them too. There were so many fun colored boats, not just the typical black or gray colors usually associated with commercial vessels. Thanks for the post and for following along.