Sunday, September 1, 2019

St. Andrews By-The-Sea, New Brunswick.


In August I visited
 St. Andrews, New Brunswick. 
a charming seaside town on the
 South tip of New Brunswick,
on the Passamaquoddy Bay,
The harbour is situated at 
the mouth of the St. Croix River. 
A mile across the water, is Maine, U.S.A.


My Grandson Mathieu, Grandaughter Sabrina,
 Son-in-law Martin, daughter Suzanne 
and sister Annie.

We splurged and stayed at the  
historic Algonquin Resort, 
which is in walking distance 
to town and the harbour.







A pet-friendly resort.
Suzanne with cute-dog Pinot.




On the front veranda.
My Grandson claims, the best fries ever....




 A walk down to the dock



















I like all the painted buoys..,
decorating shops, streets and homes, etc.




Lunch at the Harbour Front restaurant.





A Buccaneer's Burger




We walked to Pendlebury Lighthouse
























Exploring the town.




Cedar shingles cover most homes.






Catholic, Baptist and United Church.





Picket Fences
























Doors





I like this shade of blue




Entrances












Street Views

















A lot of craft stores and souvenir shops.
 A nice crafty idea.
A tree made from beachwood 
and beach things.



Glass fishing floats.
I bought an amber one.




A centre for Autism.



Pottery






Deer roam freely in the town






2 lobsters,
Annie and Suzanne



From the far back.
My son-in-law Martin
Sabrina, Grandaughter
Me, Mathieu my Grandson
In the front, my sister Annie
and daughter Suzanne.


While we were there,
we visited the beautiful "Kingsbrae Flower Gardens"
and took a ferry to Grand Manan Island.
Blog posts to come on these beautiful attractions. 

We had a great time in 
St. Andrews By-The-Sea.

Thanks for your visit xo,,,
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