We got up and got the Kia Soul packed up and headed for Fredericton, New Brunswick! I’ve never been to the Maritimes before!!! SO excited!! Along the way we stopped at a gas bar and I even got to pick up a package of fresh, authentic cheese curds!!!! YAY! We’ve been so busy I haven’t had time to get some of the things that I was hoping to have like a Montreal Bagel booo...oh well I’ll just have to come back for another visit! The New Brunswick landscape is SO beautiful! Sprawling forests and lakes and a smart thing that they built…a wildlife fence to keep deer and moose etc from running out and getting hit by the traffic. We so need that in northern Ontario!! On the way to Fredericton we had to make a bit of a detour and get a photo with my Kia at the Hartland Bridge. It’s the world’s longest covered bridge made back in 1901. Yaaa I was a little scared…um is thing gonna hold up guys haha. There were a lot of tourists taking pics…I thought it would be cool to get video of the car driving out of the bridge…well guess what…ya both
video cameras died at the same time. Sheesh…well at least I have a little video of entering the bridge and then driving through it in side. We arrived at Fredericton Kia and met Shane Morrison and Gavin Brown. We hung out and took some photos with the donations and the banner which was given to me by Kia Headquarters. It’s super cool and has the names of all the cities that we’ve visited along with the logo. We found out that Kia Fredericton are going to be doing a lot of social networking in the future to make their dealership to be better known in Fredericton and especially the surrounding area. Social media is where it's at for marketing these days! We then took off and began the drive to Moncton which is about a 2 hour drive. We got to our hotel and checken in then Jenn and I had to take our laundry done cause our clothes we're started to stand up by themselves haha. We headed back to the hotel and ordered some room service. Nachos! Watched a movie on tv and hit the hay! Tomorrow we're going to Moncton Kia!!
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