Here is a nice post, from the beautiful blog (maritimemac) of my dear friend Kelly MacKay (Thanks Kelly):
I arrive at the second bridge at Middle Landing and turn into the parking area. It is just before 6 am but June’s sunrise glow brightens the landscape early this time of year in Bathurst, New Brunswick. Fog rises up from the river in the cool morning air. I can only find one glove and I have to dig out a pair of socks to put on my hands to keep them warm. Lifting my pack up I approach the bank of the Nepisiguit River, I am happy to have found the trail.
I had been attending the annual Festival of Nature put on by Nature NB and over the course of the weekend’s activities, I kept hearing snippets of conversation about an almost-completed 140 km-long trail. « Have you heard of the Mi’gmaq trail? » Andre, the co-owner, with his wife Julia, of Le Camping had said to…
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