Monday, July 31, 2006

Day 4...Our Cross Canada Tour.... East to West

Day 4 Of Our Westward Journey
(Photo: Shania Twain Centre in Timmins Ontario.)
We journeyed today through western Ontario. The scenery has changed, green forests, swampy land teaming with wildlife and rocks and boulders with such beautiful colors.

Richard and I couldn’t help but notice all the inukshuks on so many of the rock cliffs.
An inukshuk is a stone landmark used as a milestone or directional marker and to show where there was a caches of food, good places to hunt or fish, by the Inuit of the Canadian Arctic. The Arctic Circle is dominated by permafrost and has very few landmarks by which to travel, so inukshuks were erected to aid those who followed across the barren tundra. The word inukshuk means “likeness of person,” strength, leadership, motivation and the spirit of persistence of the Inuit people who live and flourish in Northern Canada, one of the worlds harshest environments. A note of interest; in July of 2005 Canadian Military personnel erected an inukshuk on Hans Island as a symbol and marker in Canada’s longstanding disput with Denmark over the small arctic island.
I tried to get a picture of one, but couldn’t get stopped. The road was narrow with no shoulders to pull off and too much traffic. I’ll try again on our way back. Much of the landmass in northern Ontario is First Nations Reservations.

Out of the middle of nowhere there was a little Visitor Information Centre. We stopped and talked to the young girl who was most knowledgeable and friendly. She gave us a lot of information to consider going to see in the area as well as good campsite to stay at.

Just a few kilometers down the road in Iroquois Falls, we pulled into Cameron’s Beach Campground on Big Nellie Lake. What a beautiful site. We pulled into our site overlooking the Lake, and decided to stay for two nights.

When checking in we had a great chat with the owners Gary and Bonnie Cameron, third generation owners. Gary told us his family had roots in Fredericton, N.B. If you would like to check out this campground go to

After getting the registration looked after and a light lunch we headed for Timmons Ontario, just a one-hour drive south. There we toured the Shania Twain Centre. It was most impressive. We came upon two large doors that said ENTER for the show, so we did. When we got in, the doors closed behind us, it was quite dark inside, and we couldn’t reopen them. We were the only ones in there. Gee, how are we going to get out of here? The room was a small replica of a live show stage with a huge screen complete with benches to sit on. I said to Richard that they must be going to show a video, but nothing was happening. Richard spotted two more doors at the back of the room and headed for them to see if he could get out. There on the door was a notice to inform us there was a five minute delay before the show, we sat down and relaxed and waited for the show to begin.

It was neat to see the costumes she wore during her performances now on display at the centre. From the live concert simulations to her memorabilia, glimpses back to her early days, some backstage concert experiences to tributes from her fans, it was all very impressive. It was very plain to see why the people of Timmins Ontario are very proud of their very own star, Shania Twain. If you’d like to learn more about Shania Twain check out her web site at

The day was getting on and we were looking forward to a good nights sleep and made our way back to our campsite.

Saturday, July 29, 2006

Day 3...Our Cross Canada Tour.... East to West

Day 3, July 20, 2006

(Photos: the top two photos were taken at our second campground in Quebec, it was lovely. The other photos were scenes as we were coming into Montreal.)

We didn’t get the satellite dish to work for us last night, so maybe somewhere along the way we will find a service store to check it out.

We got back onto Highway 117 heading north. The morning sun lent to the beauty of the Gatineau Valley and the many fresh water lakes. But, I have to add here that our brand new motor home, with all it’s valves, fittings, nuts, bolts, drawers, doors and shelves were put through it’s paces. It was quite a terrible road for a motor home.

At one particularly narrow section of road we met a loaded log truck. As we passed each other we produced a great gust of wind, bang crash, what was that? At the next appropriate spot we stopped to check it out. Our satellite dish was lying on it’s back, broke. Guess we don’t need to get a service man, but rather a repair man to fix it.

At last we saw the “Welcome to Ontario” sign. The scenery was far less enjoyable, but how great it was to talk to people who understood what you were saying and how good it was to be able to read the road signs.

It was incredible to see the mammoth mining sites in Noranda, I wished it had not been raining so hard so I could have gotten a few pictures.

We traveled on until we found a delightful camp ground called Culver Park on highway 66, just on the outskirts of the village of Swastika, and just 9 miles from the town of Kirkland Lake, Ontario. We had a nice visit with other campers and the manager of the park was most informative. Culver Park is owned and operated by the Village of Swastika, I thought what a great service this little village offers weary travelers.

Friday, July 28, 2006

Day 2...Our Cross Canada Trip...East to West

Written By: Sharon A. Layton-Pollock

Day 2…July 19/06

(Photo: the lake we overlooked at our first campground in Quebec)

We had a good nights sleep and by 9:30 a.m. we’re off again. We went out to the end of the road to the campground. Which way do we go? We’re not out to the main highway and not sure if we go left or right, can’t tell what the signs say, we’re still in Quebec and there are no bilingual signs.

We decide to go left, down the narrow road way we go, just like two know nothings. The road gets more narrow, and lined with sweet little cottages all fixed up and painted up so cute. Every one has a cute little paved drive, yeah, that’s what that sign meant…residential. O.K. we just find the route out, the only problem is the end of the road is the shoreline. The only way out is the same way we came in. We have to pick the biggest cute little driveway to turn around in.

There’s one, Richard puts her in reverse, watches his side view mirrors and backup camera monitor. All seems clear, but all the backing up devised don’t show what’s over head. Crack, I jump out, which I should have done in the first place, Mr. Cottage dwellers lovely big maple tree is now minus one nice size branch. Lucky for us he’s not home. Richard makes about 20 more twists and turns of the wheel, for he cannot go ahead any further that the width of the road. Remember I said we were going down hill, yup, the other side of the narrow road is a side hill, can’t go far that way.

Well, we finally make it leaving one dead branch behind. On our way out, just a few cottages up, two old guys are sitting out on their deck having their morning coffee. My window is still down, I give them a smile and a wave, they return the wave very half heartedly. I bet they heard the crack.

You know how pretty it is driving into Sussex, N.B., well the rolling hills of Quebec look much like them only ten times bigger. The farmland is flat and vast. It looks like there’s not a stone in the fields.

When Mount Royal comes into view it demands your attention and beckons to have it’s picture taken, which I did. The farmlands extend on both shores of the Saint Lawrence River, and the villages along the way, like Levis or Mont Tremblant are so clean and inviting. The immense ski slopes make you dizzy just looking up them. The overall view has a back drop of blue mountains broken by barns, silos, church steeples and the forefront is green pastures, vibrant crops and maple trees making the journey through most pleasing.

As evening was approaching we found ourselves in the Riviere-Rouge area. We see a Visitor Information Centre and go in to ask about a good camp site. The young man behind the desk worked hard at his English and did quite well. He highly recommended a campground near by called Camping Rustique Le Boise Du Fou Du Roi.

It was not hard to find and Richard and I went into the office, made a few gestures and requested hydro, water and septic hook up. No, just hydro and water, so we paid for our site. The girl pointed to a road and said site 4. We headed down again. The road was rough and washed out, oh boy, not good so far. Oh, there was the beach along the river, it looked inviting. There was site 4 close by. We got out to find our hookups. We looked and looked, then came to the conclusion that the green garden hose that was coming from somewhere out of the woods was our water hookup. So I guess that means that the orange extension cord coming from the woods, from another direction, was our hydro hookup. Not good enough, we went back up the washed out hill and got our money back and were on our way. We figured the guy at the VIC had to be part owner of the place.

Just a short way up the road we came upon Camping Sainte-Veribique. It was perfect! The girl at the front desk was pleasant and was charming with her efforts to speak English. We went for a long walk after supper and watched as a deer grazed on the side hill. A few young people were still lingering on the beach of the river. The night cooled off nicely and we slept well. There web site is and we would highly recommend it to all.

Saturday, July 22, 2006

Day 1 Our Cross Canada Tour....From East to West

Written By Sharon A. Layton-Pollock

Day 1...July 18, 2006

The morning was bright and sunny as my husband, Richard and I, made our last minute check to make sure we had everything we needed. We started the engine of our new Lexington class B 25.5 foot motorhome, pulled out of our drive in Salisbury, New Brunswick, waved to our neighbours, we were off.

Richard and I had been planning this trip for some time and decided 2006 was going to be the year to see our own country from coast to coast. As I said, we live in the beautiful village of Salisbury, population 1,700, with it's lush tree lined streets and friendly people. We are just 15 minutes west of one of the major centres in the Maritimes, the City of Moncton. To learn more about Moncton check out

Earlier I had e-mailed all the province's tourism departments requesting information. But, that is as far as we went with preliminary planning. We're just going to wing it! We have given ourselves two months, where we stop, what we see and which route we take we'll pretty well only know the night before.

The first thing we discovered is that this is a great time of year to travel. Up through Hartland and Woodstock, field after field of potatoes were in full blossom, how wonderful. Farmers were busy everywhere cutting and bringing in their lush crops of hay. Corn fields are a rich green with their blossoms just beginning to show themselves.

By 3:30 p.m. we're in Quebec. The countryside still much like that of New Brunswick. We stopped at this little camp site the far side of Riviere-du-Loup. Once inside of Quebec we get this feeling of allienation, we can't read the signs, most people cannot understand nor speak English. This reminded Richard and I of
when we had our motel business in Hopewell Cape, N.B.. Many of our guests were from Quebec and I'm sure they felt somewhat the same. But we all managed then and we managed today to get what we needed.

After getting settled into our site, I took a walk over towards the lake. The man who ran the camp ground came over to give me directions to the pathway to the lake. I asked if one could go swimming in the lake, he didn't have a clue what I was saying. He began talking to me and I didn't have a clue what he was saying, so I thought sign language would work. So I began to do the over hand stroke as thought I were swimming through the air. Now, in order for one to completely understand what happened, I have to tell you, this man was at least two feet shorter than me and I out weighted him by at least 100 pounds, well, maybe more. Anyway, I think I scared him. He waved his arms around and said a few more things and was gone. I sketched a picture of the lake later, but never went for a swim.

Sunday, July 09, 2006

City of Moncton Has Its Share of Movie Buffs

Written By: Sharon A. Layton-Pollock

Kevin Hanson - Manager, Empire Theatres 8 - Trinity Drive, Moncton, NBThe City of Moncton has its share if movie buffs according to Kevin Hanson. Kevin is the manager of the Trinity Drive Empire Theatres.

Kevin says the hot movies of this summer are Superman Returns, Pirates of The Caribbean and Cars. Looking back over the last five years Kevin says some of the most popular movies have been: The Note Book, Spiderman, Lord of Rings, Harry Potter, Shriek and Star Wars, just to name a few. Kevin added that Moncton is definitely a movie town, he said that people line up for hours before movies. As a matter of fact they lined up 18 hours prior to the doors opening up for Star Wars, Spiderman and Harry Potter.

When I asked Kevin what the general comments were from people after seeing The Da Vinci Code, his reply was that most people felt that it followed the book very well.

I asked Kevin what he liked about Moncton, and his reply was that he liked the people and it being the hub of the Maritimes there are a lot of people to meet. He also said he liked the progressive attitude of the business people.

When asked what Kevin's favorite outdoor activity was he confessed to being pretty busy at work to get out to many of the hockey games, but he follows them very closely.

If Kevin had his way he'd eat at Boomerangs every day. Needless to say Boomerangs is his favorite restaurant.

When I asked Kevin what he would do if he were Mayor for a day, he said he'd love to meet with the political people of Moncton.

I'm afraid when I asked Kevin if he had ever had the opportunity to meet any celebrities he sadly said "No."

A must see TV show for Kevin is Law and Order. He likes it because it gives him something to think about.

Time off, Kevin quizzed me as to what that was. Not really, Kevin enjoys dining out or just relaxing at home spending time with his wife and two children on his days off.

Working as manager of the Empire Theatre is a pleasure for Kevin, but his family is what makes him the happiest.

When Kevin considers the three communities, Moncton, Riverview and Dieppe, and the progressive attitudes, he predicts that the population could double in size in the very near future. The City of Moncton has a big city feel, but a small town atmosphere due to the friendliness of those that live here.

Kevin has enjoyed his years as manager. In 2002 Kevin became manager at Crystal Palace and changed over to the Empire Theatre in 2004. Both theatres are owned by Empire Theatre Ltd. out of Stellerton, Nova Scotia, with Sobeys being the major stock holders. The two theatres combined have 16 screens for Moncton's movie buffs to enjoy. With big ticket movies, there are two or three screens at a time showing the same movie.

Many of the local restaurants work with Kevin as they offer packaged deals to their customers for a complete night out, dining and a movie.

So, if you want to know what is coming to Moncton's movie theatres check out their web site at Brochures are available at both movie theatres that explain the classification of films so you know before you go the type of movie that is showing. For more information on film, video, or video game ratings, call the Maritime Film Classification Board's toll free number at 1-800-565-3820 or check out their web site at

Friday, July 07, 2006

Moncton's Atlantic Nationals July 5 to 9, 2006

Moncton Car Enthusiasts Fervor is High

Written By: Sharon A. Layton-Pollock

Starting in the mid 1980’s, the Greater Moncton Street Rod Club hosted an annual popular car show called simply the “Fun Run.” As this event continued to grow, so did the focus and attention of the old car fraternity nationally. This interest and the hard work of the club led to them hosting the 1994 version of the Canadian Street Rod Nationals. This show drew approximately 1000 participants, and was hailed as the most successful show of it’s kind, both financially and more importantly in the quality of the events.

As time went on the “Fun Run” got bigger and bigger, putting more demands upon the Greater Moncton Street Rod Club. A group of seven was formed in 1999 to organize a steering committee to handle the increased demands of organizing such events.

While the group has changed over the years since, the present committee includes Bill Doherty, Tom Miller, Terry Malley, Richard Wood, Darrin Walsh, Mike Perry and Gerald Wortman. The group’s secretary/treasurer is Cindy Miller.

The group worked together to fine tune the organization. In 2000 a resounding successful day run was held called the “Last Fun Run.”

The group then formed the Atlantic Nationals into a not-for-profit organization, with its mandate being “to generate economic activity in the area.” This being their primary objective, but they also provide funding for local charities and worthwhile causes as well.

The Atlantic Nationals has steadily grown and new events added. In 2005 the Atlantic Nationals introduced the first annual 24 Hours of LeLawns. This fun filled event is a charity event where teams of five drivers and two pit crew enter a 24-hour lawn tractor endurance race on the asphalt path around Moncton’s Centennial Lake. This race had everything from stock Snapper mowers to an all out 1200 V twin powered monster with a rear differential from an off road Kawasaki 4 wheeler.

All of the costs for this event were offset by the host club and sponsors, so 100% of the $300.00 team entry fee was turned over to the Moncton Fire Department and then on to Muscular Dystrophy. A great time was had by all and with many of the entries ending up in the lake before the event was over.

On Thursday the Atlantic Nationals will begin with a free breakfast in Riverview for participants only. From there, after some prize draws, some 150+ cars will leave for a cruise across the Confederation Bridge for a fun filled scavenger hunt and show and shine in Summerside PEI. A BBQ will be held there to finish off the festivities.

After lunch and a good deal of camaraderie, the participants cars will head back across the Bridge at half of the usual toll for the trip back to Moncton. In the evening, the sixth annual Drive-In-Movie will air for participants only with more munchies provided by the Riverview Lions Club, which was all included in the participants registration.

Bright and early on Friday, Moncton’s Main Street will be closed to all regular traffic and the festivities will begin. Motorists are reminded that with the construction of Assomption, there will be a good deal of traffic congestion and they should take alternate routes to work on Friday.

Main Street will fill up quickly with some of the nicest vehicles seen anywhere as the entertainment carries on throughout the day. Crowds of up to 100,000 people could well join in the fun. This promises to be yet another long and fun filled day for all those who plan to attend, with lots to eat and drink at the many sidewalk patio restaurants throughout the tree lined downtown core.

The beautiful 230 acre Centennial Park will be the place to be on the Saturday and Sunday of the Atlantic Nationals. There you will find a huge vendor area, a swap meet, tons of prizes, and great food. Check and click on Galleries for some great photos. There will be a special KidZone area for all the little car enthusiasts as long as they are accompanied by Mom or Dad. Of course, one of the biggest highlights will be the ribbon cutting ceremonies for the long awaited Accessible Splash Park. It is the largest of its kind in Canada. This Splash Park is the culmination of the past several years of contributions by the Atlantic Nationals and their Host Club, Greater Moncton Street Rods. Its their way of saying thank you to the greatest City for hosting this great event.

After the festivities at the park on Saturday, the cars hit the streets for a sixth annual 12 mile Super Cruise Route. This is a terrific opportunity to view all of those vehicles as they move throughout the streets. Be sure to get out and show your support by lining the cruise route. Remember, however, that all of the normal rules of the road apply during this event!

On Sunday, the final day of the Atlantic Nationals for 2006, there will be plenty more for people to see and do at Centennial Park. You can keep informed of all of the happenings by tuning in to the Atlantic Nationals radio station 100.9 on the air for the weekend only.

Special guest for this year’s event is Courtney Hansen. Courtney is no stranger to what cars are made of and how they run. Her family owns Brainerd International Speedway and Courtney writes an automotive advice column for FHM and hosts Spike TV’s POWERBLOCK. To learn more about Courtney check out her web site at

On display at this year’s Atlantic Nationals, for everyone to enjoy, will be Jeff Gordon’s Nascar # 24 compliments of NAPA.

This year’s Grand Prize list is sure to please all.

1. 1932 Ford 3 Window Coupe, compliments of Mothers Polishes, Waxes & Cleaners, Gary Steeves Insurance, Cutting Edge Street Rods, GM Performance Parts, Fat Man Fabrications, Shep’s Transmissions, and Canadian Tire.
2. GM 350 HO Deluxe Crate Engine, compliments of GM Canada Performance Parts.
3. TH700 Transmission, compliments of Shep’s Transmission of Moncton
4. Flamed 1932 Ford HiBoy Pedal Car, compliments of
5. A replica 1950’s style gas pump, compliments of Action Fiberglass.
6. 2 tickets to the 2006 Montreal Formula 1 Grand Prix, compliments of NAPA and Castrol
7. Cowl Induction Hood, compliments of Pro Body Parts.
8. A Custom Aluminum Floor Jack, compliments of Crown Machine & Welding.
9. A Custom Water Color painting of a participants car by Steve Bauchman, sponsored by Mothers Polishes Waxes and Cleaners.
10. A custom Paint Package sponsored by Hub City Auto Paints & Supplies
11. “Rock My Ride” Chevy S-10, compliments of C103 and NAPA.

Check out the Atlantic National’s web site for updates on the prize list: Grand prize will be drawn on Sunday, July 9th. don’t miss it.

This wonderful event would not be possible without the great support of the sponsors. Check out the web site and click on the Sponsor link and then click on each sponsors logo to learn more about them.

While you are in Moncton for the Atlantic Nationals check out their web site for a list of places to stay. Please note the with the exception of the Host Hotel, the Atlantic Nationals Automotive Extravaganza does not block groups of rooms or negotiate room rates. The list on the web site is only for a guide to accommodations in the greater Moncton area. For a complete list of area accommodations contact Tourism New Brunswick.

2006 Atlantic Nationals Schedule of Events

Wednesday, July 5
6:00 p.m. ……………………….The 24 Hours of LeLawns

Thursday, July 6
8:30a.m to 9:30 a.m…………….Free Participant’s Breakfast at the Muddy river Restaurant on Pine Glen rd., Riverview. Free to all pre-registered participants and sponsored by the town of Riverview (to learn more about the largest town in New Brunswick go to and click on Community Profiles.)
10:00 a.m……………………….Escorted “Country Cruise” across the Confederation Bridge to Prince Edward Island and on to Summerside.
2:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m……………Registration for early arrivals at Centennial Park.
7:00 p.m…………………………The last lap of the 24 Hours of LeLawns.
7:30 p.m………………………….The LeLawns “Grudge Match.”
7:00 p.m. to closing………………Giant Meet ‘n Greet, BBQ, Drive-In movie and meet the sponsors at Centennial Park.

Friday, July 7
8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m…………….Registration for participants at Centennial Park.
8:00 a.m. to 12:30 a.m……………Main Street All-Day Cruise-In.
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m……………CSRA/NSRA Safety Lanes (Highfeild Square parking lot).
10:00 a.m. to closing………………Vendor and Show Sponsor displays downtown on Main Street.
8:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m……………..Outdoor “Rock n’ Roll ‘til Midnight Street Party” on the NAPA Sound Stage on Main Street, featuring a variety of entertainers. This is a free event open to the public.

Saturday, July 8
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m………………Show opens and registration on site at Centennial Park. Vendor sites open. Centennial Park gates open to the public. Day admission is $5.00 per person, children under 10 accompanied by an adult admitted at no cost. Kar Korral and Swap Meet on the west end road at the rear of the park.
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m……………..Music at the Bandstand.
10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m……………..CSRA/NSRA Safety Lanes at Centennial Park.
10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m……………..Drive-thru judging at Centennial Park
10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m……………..Atlantic Nationals “Model Boat Regatta” at Centennial Park Lake.
10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m……………..Shuttle Bus to and from major malls and host hotel.
10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m……………..Atlantic Nationals Model Car Contest at Rotary Lodge
TIME TBA…………………………Hub City Auto Parts Kid’s Painting Contest at the Hub City Booth.
5:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m………………Super “Cruise Route” Event.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: The Atlantic Nationals promotes safe cruising and there is a ZERO TOLERENCE to tire squealing/burning policy in effect for the entire weekend, and specifically for the Super Cruise Event.

7:00 p.m. …………………………Feel the need to burn rubber? This is where you do it…..Atlantic Nationals Invitational Burnout Blitz, River Glade Speedway (west of Moncton on the Homestead Rd. take the Irving Big Stop exit. Smoke em if you got ‘em!
9:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m……………Registration at the Coliseum.
9:30 p.m. to 1:00 a.m………………Rock n’ Roll Dance Party at the Moncton Coliseum. This venue is restricted to registered show participants and their paid guests. Babysitting service available on-site at the Coliseum.

Sunday, July 9
8:00 a.m…………………………..Show opens. Centennial Park gates open to the public. Day admission is $5.00 per person, children under 10 accompanied by an adult free.
8:00 a.m to 3:00 p.m. …………….Registration
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m……………..Vendor sites open.
8:00 to 4:00 p.m…………………..Kar Korral and Swap Meet open.
9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m…………….Last chance for CSRA/NSRA Safety Lanes at Centennial Park
9:00 a.m to 12:00 p.m…………….Drive-thru judging at Centennial Park.
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m……………Kids activities – coloring contest, etc.
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m……………Atlantic Nationals Model Car Contest at Rotary Lodge.
10:00a.m. to 3:00 p.m…………….Random prize draws.
12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m……………Music at the Bandstand.
3:00 p.m…………………………..Awards Presentation
You must be present at the awards presentations and
your car must be in the park to win any of the major prize draws.
4:00 p.m…………………………..Atlantic Nationals Burnout Blitz, River Glade Speedway.

Be sure to tune your radio to HOT ROD RADIO FM 100.9 – the voice of Atlantic Nationals.

Last year was the first year for LeLawns, so don’t miss it this year. Get your team and your mower ready for the 24 Hour LeLawns, sponsored by Castrol. There will be two classes this year. The course will be the 1 km paved roadway/walkway that circles the lake at Centennial Park, with the start/finish for each lap just before the wooded bridge.

This event will be under the supervision of the Moncton Fire Fighters. They will receive net proceeds from the entry fees to aid in their fund raising efforts for Muscular Dystrophy Canada. Fire Fighters will be on duty for the 24 hours, not only as the race officials, but also as safety and medical personnel. The maximum number of entries for this year is set at 24 teams. Everyone is encouraged to get a team together to help support this worthy cause. New for 2006….the top 3 teams in each class and 4 “Wild Card” teams will have a 10 lap “Grunge Race” at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. The list of special prizes will be announced at the start of the “24 Hours LeLawns” Wednesday afternoon. Check out more information and complete list of rules at

The 2006 Atlantic Nationals is a reason to stay home and a reason to come to the beautiful city of Moncton. Bring your family and friends to this fun filled four-day event. You will return home with a greater respect for motorized vehicles. Or maybe you will retune home with an old car part from the “Kar Korrel”, an actual antique/old goods venue. For sure you’ll find new friends who enjoy cars as much as you do.

2006 Atlantic Nationals Outdoor Extravaganza…July 6th to 9th. Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada!