Monthly Archives: June 2004

Ok guys here are the pictures you have all been waiting for. I know you want one or two. They can go in 4 or 5 weeks. Read more »

Nazareth was a BLAST on Saturday night! Kellie & I went, and met up with Cindy & Chris (longtime friends of Mighty Miramichi). What is it about rock legends that can turn perfectly sane girls into screaming maniacs? I guess you’re never too old to try and pull a 58yr old rocker off the stage… Read more »

Another Day in Paradise…Miramichi Style! What another wonderful Friday morning. Temperature is reaching 25 degrees and the office staff is getting pumped up for the big Nazareth Concert on June 19 by listening to their greatest hits album. What a super event for a community that’s been hit a little harder lately…you just can’t keep… Read more »

All Stickered Up! We’ve been on a bit of a stickering frenzy lately. The Mighty Miramichi vans have always been stickered with Sammy the Salmon and sayings such as “Giv’er, you’re on the river!”, but now Sammy is showing up on the employees cars. This one is mine. Marks new KIA was only 2 days… Read more »

Tourism Cruisers spotted in Miramichi These pictures taken on June 2 at the Hwy. 11 Irving in Miramichi, show three of the five Chrysler P.T. Cruisers touring the Province during the summer tourism season. Launched in the summer of 2003, the cruisers are part of the Department of Tourism and Parks’ Experience New Brunswick program.… Read more »

After work on Saturday (yes I realize it is now Thursday and I’m dwelling on the past)I went down to the Historic Waterstreet Business District (Chatham)to do a little shopping and I found 2 buskers! Having lived in Toronto I used to see buskers & street entertainers of all shapes & sizes on every corner,… Read more »

I just thought i would post a few pics to freak Stacy out. No it’s not a bear it my dog, King.Oh and i added a picture to make everyone go AAHHHHH!!!!!! Read more »

Saturday morning I got ready for work and headed off into the sunshine to the community of Metepenagiag First Nation, a Mi’kmaq village more commonly know to locals as Red Bank. Metepenagiag has the distinction of being the oldest village in New Brunswick. My work was taking me to the Metepenagiag Outdoor Adventure Lodge to… Read more »

My sister Jenn and I finally made it to Poetry Night at Deux Maples Gallery last night. Every month we plan to attend but something always comes up at the last minute, the kids get sick, her husband needs to work, the weather is terrible, etc. Last night even on the drive in from Blackville… Read more »

Well that was nice! I just typed in a long blog, complete with pics, about my Saturday excursions…and then the power flickered off and with a disturbing “poof”, Mac went black! I’m not sure why that happened because it is a beautiful sunny & humid day, although it is quite windy, so that may have… Read more »

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