I decided to take in Gaspé once again. This would be my 5th trip around this beautiful part of the province of QC. However, I got off to a slow start. Turns out there was a big accident and I got stuck in traffic for about an hour, I got off the highway in Truro and headed to Pugwash, It was getting late so it was time to start looking for a place to set up camp. One thing about the road signs in NS and NB. The tent/trailer don't necessarily mean tents. I stopped at 4 in a row that wouldn't allow tents. I finally found one in Grand Digue at 8:00. I had to set up in the dark but I still had time for a fire before I hit the hay. Morning, Random lighthouse on the side of the road, One thing I admire about New Brunswick is that the people are proud of their heritage. The blue means the sky and the sea. The harmony and loyalty. The white means peace, hope. The red means the blood, a reminder of the suffering and hardships in their history. And the yellow star signifies the Virgin Mary or the North Star that the fishermen used to follow to get back home. Shipwreck? Bridge crossing the Miramichi (I think) Interesting house/business inhabited by Engineers, Another random Lighthouse, Pokeshaw? lol When I rode the Cabot Trail this summer http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=902129&highlight=kelsow) some of the lads I met talked about this campsite they found along their way. It's West of Grande-Anse and it features converted fishing boats. Back on the road, Beautiful summer home in Riviere Jacquet, I LOVE stopping to take pix of old barns and houses. Here is one of a few I found on this trip, The bridge to the start of the Gaspé Peninsula in Campbelton NB, I had talked to a gas attendant and he warned me of torrential rain in the forecast. It was getting very dark and was spitting throughout the day so I figured I'd see if there was a cabin available. There wasn't, but there was a trailer, Even though rain was in the forecast, it never showed. Good thing I had a fire regardless, Next up, Gaspé.