Since I've enjoyed reading other folks travels,whether short or long, I thought I'd try my hand at it, and it might be helpful to anyone wanting to travel this area. I will try to focus on the not so popular places, since they have been covered in the past I'm sure by other people. So being labor day weekend I thought I'd better take advantage of the nice weather, cause brother it won't be long and it will be another long depressing winter here. Fired up the ZRex and headed down to Brim-Cor station for petrol, but twas a bunch of motorcycles hogging up the pumps, oh well down to Rudyard for gas. Rudyard is named after Rudyard Kipling, he must have been quite the writer to have a huge metropolis like Dryburg to change their towns name to Rudyard, different times different customs. Gassed up and west on H-40 There are a few 90 degree corners on this road I like and around here you take what you can, it's about 50 mile to Engadine on this road,and you go thru cedar swamps, some hayfields and old railroad towns that are long forgotten since mechanized forestry, stopped here in Rexton for some water, and there is a bit of disagrement around these parts over a limestone mine, talking with folks seems like it boils down to the cottage,cabin,and retirees don't want it but the rest who have to survive in this economically depressed frozen hell hole would like the good paying jobs, and there is a metric shit ton of quarries and mines around here, and a lot of people don't even realize that they are there already. looks like the beavers are setting up a new starter home, mine or not.