It’s true, we’ve now passed the one-year mark since we began our journey. It has been a rich and full experience and yet time has passed very quickly.
Before I forget, I’ll answer a question that was asked just before we left: What if we don’t like it? Well, we love it. Even though the first time I woke up in Island Girl knowing that I’d be living here for a while, my first thought was – What have I done? – I quickly came to love it and have never looked back.
What can I say about Kouchibouguac National Park (The Koosh). It’s very pretty, by a lovely river, by some great barrier islands, with long isolated beaches, a few hiking trails and miles of biking trails.
But, OMG, the mosquitoes! We can’t say we’d not been warned, but it’s difficult to realize the amount of mosquitoes there until you experience it.
Like Canada in general, the province of New Brunswick is large in size and low in population. It encompasses about 27,453 square miles and has a population of just 751,000 people or about 27 people per square mile. Continue reading →
We prepared for our trip to Canada by checking the official Canada Border Services Agency website, RV forums, and a couple of other websites such as this one. Also, since we learned that many items are more expensive in Canada, we stocked up on some staples like paper towels, tissues, TP, coffee, detergents, sugar etc.