I often read that food is love, but it’s also memory. Such is the case with the burger shack of Murray Beach, New Brunswick, in the Canadian Maritimes.
We didn’t know what we were going to get ourselves into. We had just spent a week camping and hiking and were about to enter our first “real” city in days. All we knew about Moncton was that it held about 70,000 people and that it had bars in it that would be open and serving beer.
It wasn’t just through education, but through travel that I realized how to break free. These ideas really took root on that first trip to Saint John.
Our X-Can ’06 roadtrip started off fine, but once we crossed the Canadian Rockies it became clear that we were still wet behind the ears. Here are a few lessons we learned while in Alberta.
A “lumberjack breakfast” carries an ideal of an old fashioned, hearty breakfast that can carry you through long hours of working outdoors. When you order it in the Canadian Rockies that ideal becomes a reality.