Cosy Cabins Motel & Campground, Woodstock, New Brunswick

We were up early this morning, enjoyed a quick breakfast and a brisk walk around the campground before continuing east on Hwy 20 at 10 am, heading for Woodstock, NB.  The weather was quite a bit cooler than we have been experiencing in the Ottawa area, but still sunny with blue skies.  Hwy 20 is four lanes divided all the way to the St Antonin turn off at Hwy 185.  At times, we had great views of the St Lawrence River.  It was amazing to see how far the tide was out.  We stopped in La Pocatiere for fuel ($1.029/litre) and a bit of lunch at Tim Horton’s before continuing on our way.  From St Antonin to the New Brunswick border the road is only two lanes but there are lots of passing lanes built into this road as it is quite hilly.  The scenery was fabulous.  I grabbed this shot of the highway near Notre Dame du Lac  
Once in New Brunswick, the highway turned into Hwy 2 and was again four lane divided.  The old highway used to go along the St John river but not Hwy 2.  Instead it was much like any other major highway or interstate, not much to see other than the occasional car or semi passing in either direction.  We used our Passport America membership at Cosy Cabins Motel & Campground and have decided to stay 2 nights at only $15/night.  We are parked in a 50 amp site overlooking the St John river.  This is the view out of our front window.