As we fell asleep in the old mansion in Fredericton, the rain started. We could hear it pitter-pattering on the roof and the windows, and church bells in the distance. We slept long and deep. In the morning, we had breakfast in the parlour, and chit-chatted with other visitors — a man and a woman on separate business trips, a young Torontonian who was checking out the University hoping to attend in the fall, and a physics professor in his 60’s who was in town for a math conference.
After breakfast, we packed up and headed out into
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