1826 Maplebird House Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... shops. Our big purchase was three postcards.
Later that afternoon, we headed to the nearby fishing village of Blue Rocks where we met an interesting local who told us about the little harbor and pointed out the blue rocks, namesake of the town. He showed us the damage done to his yard by recent Hurricane Arthur where the sea water was forcefully blown into his shrubs, now dying from being hit ...
... for Richard to snack on before tomorrow so I asked the Owner where the closest shop was and we virtually had to go all the way back to Upper Tantallon on Hwy 333 to the SuperStore 28kms away. You wouldn't want tot forget the milk as it is a long drive from Indian Harbour or any of the little villages. We didn't see a grocery shop or petrol station after Upper Tantallon to Terence Cove and that is a distance to travel.
Too cold for ...
These three churches are a tourist attraction (St James Anglican, St John's Lutheran and Trinity United) and all compete against each other to increase their flock this is what a lovely lady told us at Tim Horton's. We had parked the car over the road from the three churches (for sale signs showing) before warming up and having morning tea at Tim Horton's. Must be pensioners day we managed to get the last table and chair next to ...
... and Richard is calling me Dawn Japanese Thorn again continued down the highway to the man-made causeway at Crescent Beach to the LaHave Islands where you can see the salt marshes, dunes, spruce to the shoreline and homes. Enjoyed our morning tea here looking at the views the clouds are rolling over and getting overcast but they look a bit high for rain.
Back on the road passing lots of little inlets, small boat harbours ...
... on various docks all waving and shouting and some holding up signs. We had most sails set so we looked pretty impressive, I’m sure. It was a blustery day so we had to take in the upper sails before we got near town. We were wonderfully surprised to see all of the bat girls as we called them that had gotten off in Rarotonga. (The bat girls were the youngest female trainees whose berthing area was named the bat cave.) We didn’t think many of them would be there ...