Travel Stories: Trip to the Maritimes


We four Ormstown Pathfinders and our 2 leaders went on a trip of a lifetime; we took a 12 day trip to the Maritimes to explore New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.


Our first night was spent in Pocologan NB; the next day was the beginning of our adventures that awaited us. In St. John NB we visited the Market square, town square and New Brunswick/PEI ProvincialGuide House. While in Nova Scotia we went Zip lining, to a coal mine museum in Glace Bay, we adventured around the Cabot Trail, went to a beach, whale watching in Pleasant Bay, we visited the Gaelic College and got to learn the cultures of way back when. In P.E.I we went horseback riding, visited Anne of Green Gables, Ripley’s Believe it or not, wax museum, mini putting, haunted house, we also went to The Wind Interruptive Centre in North Cape and we went to Jacques Cartier Provincial Park to explore the beach and swim.


Hillary: My favourite parts were probably Ripley’s Believe It Or Not and the wax museum. I really liked those because wax figures are cool.

Billie: My favourite parts were horseback riding, swimming, zip lining, the museums and whale watching.

Guide House NB

Ashleigh: My favourite parts were the horseback riding, zip lining, the coal mine museum, Gaelic College and the beaches were also a lot of fun.

Renee: I had so many favourites or memories to choose from, but to pick a couple it would be zip lining, the sights of Cabot Trail and hearing many times “this is my first time trying this!”

Ready to Mine

Barb: A great trip, so much fun! I loved taking Renee and the Pathfinders to some of my favorite places and discovering some new ones with them. Sitting on the  northern tip of PEI, singing Taps as the sun sank into the ocean was truly memorable.

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