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A Camp at Last!

If you live in New Brunswick you are likely aware of "camp culture". If you don't have a camp, then at least you know someone who does. Camps (as opposed to cottages) are usually on the more rustic side and most likely to be found deep in the woods, and often well off road. Those who enjoy the "camp" life are most likely to partake in hunting, fishing, ATVing, snowmobiling and other outdoor activities. I think that historically it has been a "guy thing" ... (my girl friends and I have referred to it as "male bonding"), but more women occasionally seem to be joining in the fun, especially if there are indoor "facilities".
My husband, Ross, has been hankering for a camp for ages. This year he and our son Scott decided to share the ownership of a leased lot on crown land, about an hour away. The original plan was to build, but they found a prefabricated building that was previously used as an office for a local brick company. It was …

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