After the long journey yesterday and the rain and fog to contend with on the drive we were all happy to see sunny blue skies as we left Nova Scotia and headed into New Brunswick. We had one touristy thing left to do and it was to visit the world’s longest covered bridge in Hartland, NB.
Covered Bridge NB
She’s a whopping 1,282 feet or 391 metres. We took many photos from many different angles and this one gives you a little view of the inside as well as how long she looks. Pretty neat little spot.
From here on out we are focusing on driving home. Tonight we have stopped in Quebec and then tomorrow its into Ontario and home. The two weeks have been great and we’ve seen some amazing things. At times it was tough to leave some spots but we are all glad to have had the experiences and look forward to the next big adventure!
On the move again today; this time my drive takes me through Vermont and New Hampshire before heading to my campsite in Massachusetts. It was a long day of driving through Vermont and New Hampshire to my final destination: Pearl Hill State Park in Massachusetts. The sunny skies kept me from getting great shots of the areas I drove through so I don’t have much to show you from those two states.
As I entered into Massachusetts I stopped at this church built in the Federal-style back in 1816. It’s white walls glowed against the deep blue sky and I just had to stop to take a photo.
First Parish Church MA
After settling into my campsite at Pearl Hill I decided to venture out to the “swimming hole” to get some late day shots. With the pond completely surrounded on all sides by the trees getting a shot of the sun setting was a no go. That was okay as the light was beautiful and the long shadows of the trees and lit up leaves held my interest.
Pearl Hill State Park
As I explored the area I found some mushrooms (and you know how much I love mushrooms) so I got down for a closer look. The one below seemed to be smiling. All it needs it some little googl-y eyes.
My stomach started to grumble so I knew it was time to head back to the campsite to get some dinner. Looking forward to tomorrow as I head to Salem and then into Maine.