Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada


We spent the first part of the day walking around Saint John, before going to the City Market and then on to drive the Bay of Fundy Scenic Drive. Here is some of the architecture, beginning with a couple of the churches that are Provincial Historic Sites.

The Church of St. Andrew and St. David

As you can see, the fog coming off the Bay of Fundy along with the smoke from burning fossil fuels has blackened some of the stone work. Reminds me of Edinburgh Old Town and London.

St. John’s Stone Church

Now for a little of “This & That”

No Sitting Allowed

Carved Wooden Figures of Street Life
(except for the character – my husband – in the blue shirt)


9 thoughts on “Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada

    • You will love it. Allow yourself plenty of time. It was our third trip, we planned on three week and it wasn’t nearly long enough. I could have spent another two weeks. But maybe you don’t have to do it all at once. 🙂 Some places are worth returning to.


  1. I would probably do a double take of those people…I have a habit of mistaking anything remotely tall (including statutes) for people at first glance when walking around the city.

    Love the pictures…and your captions. 🙂

    P.S. This is off-topic from your post, but I finally received the payday loan spam comments you have been receiving all along. :-p


    • Thanks, Nicole. I did do a double take when I first walked by them. And then a did a double take when Jim was posing on the bench. Messing with my mind.

      I am now getting much more interesting spam – but can’t share if I want to keep my G-rating. 🙂


  2. Love old historic chuches. Your photos are wonderful. Too top them off you added these wonderful wooden figures. Just the type of thing I would also love to photograph. Thanks for sharing.



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