Saturday, October 10, 2015

What's Frenchie up to?


 Hello Friends 
  Well many ask me if we are in Texas yet and all moved in well it's been a roller coaster, I mention in a post about 2 weeks ago the big fiasco with the move well here the recap 
-The closing on the house got switch a few time to paper work lost and not done **Not on are part but between the escrow and bank miss communication :) so with switching dates more then once we had to switch the mover and with Brett schedule it got push on the 19 of October....
-So yes we did flew to TX last week on Monday and close on the house so it is a done deal we'll be moving. 
-The mover will pack on the 19-20-21 and we'll hit the road on the 21st soon the truck is pack so we should arrive in TX the 24
-Brett had 2 weeks off/vacation and instead of living in box for these 2 week we came on the east coast to see my mom. (*this vacation was plan before the move but we did cancel it cause we thought we would be busy unpacking well God had a plan for us to make sure we would see Mom) Like I say a reason for everything 
-So the pass week I been exploring on the East Coast and visiting family in New Brunswick 
-we be back in Cheyenne WY Tues or Wed and then some fun with the kids before we are heading to TX 
  Yes my life been crazy but the butty of it I can travel with my business so still working on the road so today share is a few picture of the beautiful fall season on the East Coast and full of inspiration when I get my craft room again 
Oh the rich color are not justice on the picture every direction we look was amazing I been gone 24 years from the east coast and never came back in the fall but lets just say that I hit the perfect timing to show me all the beauty that I miss each fall Yes fall is my favorite season  


We visited the PEI and if you love light that is the place to see lots and lots 




We visited the Bay of Fundy I have one word for this place "AMAZING" top picture is high tide and second picture is low tide 12 hours in between so on high tide you can Kayak and low tie you walk of the ocean floor it is the most magical thing 

So many big church on the rout and this one was the biggest and all the status was just spectacular 



Now this is the proof of New Brunswick is bilingual French and English and if you look at the sign you see both French and English when you see the word in English first that is because that Village or town speak many that language  or vise versa 
Even the coke can have both 

Well my friends this is it for now hope you enjoy traveling with us. I will be back Monday for Masculine Monday 
Have a great weekend 

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France Martin
France Martin

It's me Frenchie with a little french accent living in the United Stats, that love to created and shared paper crafting. Hope I inspired to create your own creation with paper. Thank you for stopping by. Come again soon!

13 comments:

  1. Oh WOW! How spectacular those pictures are! I miss seeing all those beautiful fall colors too, having grown up in the Chicago area. Out here in Colorado, there's not much, if any, of the reds of the fall colors. It's all yellows & golds...I miss the red colors! Thanks for the lovely pictures! What type of camera do you use? The pictures are fantastic! You're a great photographer! Thanks again for sharing!

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  2. Oh yes, sorry I forgot to wish you luck with your move. Hope everything goes well for you!

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  3. Was not sure where in TX you were moving to? I live in Central TX. THe Autumn/Fall colors are bee-utiful in your photos.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  4. You bring back fond memories of me living on PEI and Nova Scotia. I'm in Ontario now living on the Michigan border. All my family live all over the place in the U.S. (Mississippi, Georgia, Texas, Florida). I've been to the Bay of Fundy when the tide was low enough that we walked in between the pillars. I'm sorry for your moving troubles but it will soon be behind you, and yes, you can still work from where you are. Best of luck.

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  5. Love following your trip my parents were from Quebec & I haven't been down east for years makes me want to go

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  6. Love following your trip my parents were from Quebec & I haven't been down east for years makes me want to go

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  7. Thank you so much for sharing your amazing pictures. Autumn is also my favorite time of the year. I live in Wisconsin and the leaves have been starting to turn over the last week - not at peak colors yet, but soon. Best of luck with your move. It's a lot of hard work and I'm sure you'll be glad when it's over and you are all settled in your new home. Will you miss your Cheyenne winters? They are beautiful as well, but quite harsh at times. Again, thank you for the photos and for sharing your adventures and for your wonderful blog. I'm a fan.

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  8. Brett married the right girl! Love the East Coast. Winters are fierce but summer, fall and scenery more than compensate. Nothing like a lighthouse to remind us how vulnerable we are. Thanks for the lovely photos. I enjoyed them so much.

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  9. I wish you would've had my phone#; we could have had tee together! (I'm in Moncton)So happy you chose this season to visit; N.B has so much to offer. Happy travels, Frenchie!

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  10. Thanks for sharing your life and trip with us. I'm not crazy about the fall, because it's cooler and I know it means winter is coming soon, but I do LOVE the colors of fall. Your pictures are gorgeous, have a wonderful visit and a safe trip home and to your next home.

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  11. Your fall pics make me miss my birth state
    New York fall colors from here in California, but I definitely don't miss the winter snow! TFS!

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  12. Your fall pics make me miss my birth state
    New York fall colors from here in California, but I definitely don't miss the winter snow! TFS!

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  13. Sorry to hear about all of the delays in getting the closing done on the house. That must have been very frustrating for you. The pictures you've posted are beautiful! I could almost smell the fresh air....

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