Publications Archive - The Maritime Explorer


  1. Kicking Axe in New Brunswick

    The small town of Nackawic, New Brunswick hosts the largest craft beer festival in Atlantic Canada. Here’s why you need to go.

  2. The Hidden Treasure of the Fundy Parkway

    Walton Glen Gorge has been described as the Grand Canyon of New Brunswick and in this post for the 2024 Saltscapes Food & Travel edition I explained why this is a must visit site in New Brunswick.

  3. Heart of the City

    This feature on St. John’s fabled Water Street is one five stories I have in the 2024 Saltscapes Food & Travel edition.

  1. History in Embroidered Form

    For the 2023 Saltscapes Travel & Food edition I wrote this story on the French Shore Tapestry at Conche N.L. that rivals the famous Bayeaux Tapestry in size and complexity.

    History in Embroidered Form
  2. The Nova Scotia Bucket List Updated

    The Nova Scotia Bucket List first came out in 2020 and was an immediate best seller. This updated version has been completely revised and includes three new chapters.

    The Nova Scotia Bucket List Updated
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    Visiting the Marquesas on the Aranui 5

    In June, 2022 this article on the Aranui 5 and the Marquesas islands appeared in Travel World International.

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    Battle Harbour – The Island Frozen In Time

    This story for Saltscapes 2022 Travel & Food edition is about Battle Harbour National Historic Site which I consider to be on of the top 10 must see sites in Atlantic Canada. Read the story to find out why.

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    Newfoundland’s Granite Coast – Well Worth A Side Trip

    The Granite Coast of Newfoundland is short and not well known, but this beautiful stretch of highway between Port aux Basques and Rose Blanche has more than enough to entice the visitor. Find out why in this story for the 2022 Satltscapes Travel & Food edition.

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    Red Bay, Labrador – Not Just Another Fishing Village

    Red Bay, Labrador is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Read this story in the 2022 Saltscapes Travel and Food Edition to find out why.