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After arriving in Nova Scotia, Griff wanted to camp at the first campsite available. We picked the Bras D'Or Campground that was super convenient and well manicured. We were even able to walk to a local fish and chips place. Unfortunately, the campground was situated beside the Trans Canada Highway. This was not a problem until bed time when we listened to trucks and their brakes on and on into the night. After this, we ...
... we stopped to take some photos Thereafter we rode along Highway 104 and 4 which took us along the shore of Bras d'Or Lake. The lake is special as it is really an inland sea with partially fresh/salt water. Take some photos of the beautiful view and amazing cloud formations.
We then rode north past Sydney, and along to the east coast where the Fortress of Louisboug. The fortress is actually a small town with ...
Mainly overcast day, day, no rain until the last 27 km, but it was just sprinkles.
Hotel is two blocks from the ferry, which is HUGE! We saw it when we can around the corner at the bay. This will be an interesting ferry ride!
Rode 489 miles today. The fast riding days are behind us now. The rest of the riding will be fun stuff, as long as the tropical storm/hurricane doesn't come this far north!
... land for sale. Took a short cut at Mira over to Louisbourg drove round Mira Lake to Hwy 22 stopped at Petrol Station to stretch our legs and have a quick pee.
Louisbourg is only 16kms away and it is nice to be back on a decent road with the normal scenery of Canada including marshland and dead spruce trees. Hungry now so we went down to the little fishing harbour to have lunch. Later we walked along the wharf to the end where some chaps ...
... as the Cabot Trail to our left hugging the coastline. I for one was excited for the challenge of driving down there following this hike. As we turned to start up the hill we were struck by strong winds from both sides and stinging rain as the heavens opened up. We still had about 5km to get back. It wasn't looking good, we got back to the top of the boardwalk and headed left back a different way to which we came. Slightly longer and less maintained tracks. The rain ...