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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

2013 The Eastside Story Day 25: Into each life some rain must fall ...

Following Dwight's suggestion we found a great motorcycle road and a quaint little ferry crossing at Evandale ...
But into each life some rain must fall and by Gagetown it was pouring. A great excuse to stop at the "Creekview" for lunch.



I was here (I placed my pin) ... and I ate French Onion soup and house made cornbread. Very good.
And after the rain the sun always shines ... by Fredericton it was beautiful, a day begging for pictures... (finally!)

The Garrison District was full of activity with lots of things to picture.







8 comments:

  1. NIce photos, especially the ones with people in them. Were they dressed up to re-enact a specific time in history such as they do in Williamsburg, VA, (as well as a host of other place) or just to roughly match the period? The red chair photo looks familiar...

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    1. Richard the people dressed are historical interpreters and were re-enacting a changing of the guard...bringing history to life, so to speak.

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  2. Karen, it's thoughtful of the nice people of Fredericton to have immortalized your East Side tour in metal and stone. Should it happen, be sure to post a picture of the key to the city.

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    1. David - you noticed! I was thrilled that they made that sign just for me :o)

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  3. So glad there was some sunshine after that rain.

    I so miss bagpipes. We heard them all the time in BC and rarely do down here.

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    1. Ah, sun and bagpipes, it was exciting.

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  4. I really like the colorful chairs and very nice catch on the mandolin player and his friend. I'm enchanted by the expression on his face.

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    1. Keith the mandolin player and his friend were unaware I was watching them as they watched their friends perform the changing of the guard. I love catching people like that.

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