I was recently in New Brunswick, in the maritime provinces of Canada, for a family wedding, and the reception was held in a delightful recreated 19th Century village beside the Saint John River, called King’s Landing. The buildings were rescued, whole, from an area which was to be flooded due to construction of a hydro-electric scheme. They were transported to their new site by sliding on the ice, for the river freezes over every winter. Visitors meet authentically clad workers in the little farming community and are even given the opportunity to join them (yes it's me, but I confess I borrowed the half-completed embroidery). A beautiful place and a great day out.
Susan Leona Fisher : an author's progress.