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New Brurnswick coat of arms

The two RV Gypsies in
Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada
August 22, 2011

New Brunswick flag
IMPORTANTSaint John, New Brunswick is not to be confused with St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador.

The city of Saint John is the largest city in the province of New Brunswick and the first incorporated city in Canada. It is sometimes referred to as Canada's Original City. In 2010, the city was designated as a Cultural Capital of Canada.
The city is situated along the north shore of the Bay of Fundy at the mouth of the Saint John River.
map showing location of Canada
map showing where Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada is located
sign - welcome to New Burnswick
deer along the roadside in Saint John, New Brunswick
sign - SAint John
a Canada monument
The W. Franklin Hatheway Labour Exhibit Centre was located just outside the two RV Gypsies' campground. Warren Franklin Hatheway spent his life trying to better the lot of the working class. He was a Man of the People; a Saint John businessman who embraced socialist ideas. He tried to solve social problems most of the population did not even recognize. He believed change should come through the government and he used all his many skills in getting government to do the right thing, especially for the laboring class.
The W. Franklin Hatheqay Labour Exhibit Centre
plaque for a day of mourning
Below: A Monument erected to honor workers killed or injured on the job
Monument erected to honor workers killed or injured on the job
Monument erected to honor workers killed or injured on the job
Monument erected to honor workers killed or injured on the job
Monument erected to honor workers killed or injured on the job
The Day of Mourning Monument
The Day of Mourning Monument
The Day of Mourning Monument
Monument erected to honor workers killed or injured on the job
A different traffic sign that the two RV Gypsies had not seen before.
A cruise ship in port
a different traffic sign
A cruise ship in port
Flowers
Flowers
Flowers
The new yard of the two RV Gypsies in peaceful Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. This is part of the glory of being a full-time RVer. The two RV Gypsies travel wherever they choose but never have to pack or unpack and always have their own bed, kitchen, shower, etc. and a fresh new yard and scenery as often was they choose. And no house elsewhere to worry about.
The RV of the two RV Gypsies
The RV of the two RV Gypsies
A double decker Big Pink Bus passed by the campground.
a double decker Pink Bus
View of the City of Saint John as seen from a hill in the campground.
View of the City of Saint John
View of the City of Saint John
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continue on to the next adventure of the two RV GypsiesThe phenomenon of the Reversing Falls
Even if you've never previously been to the Bay of Fundy, you may have heard about the phenomenon known as the Reversing Falls: out-flowing rivers flowing back upstream as the tide comes in. AMAZING