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Travel Blogs from Cape Breton Island
... Deadmans Pond (they have good names for towns, lakes and rivers there) to the little fishing village of Bay of St Lawrence. Sea is very rough at the man-made entrance to the fishing harbour in Deadmans Pond and it is very cold outside taking photos. Went back the same way we came then onto Capstick with views again of Acadian forest and homes as we climb up and down the mountainous rugged coastline on winding road over a one way bridge.
Following a good chat to Carmen, our hostel host last night about what lay ahead today we sprung out of bed and dressed for what was sure to be a long but amazing day. Unfortunately as we left our room and looked outside our worst fears were realised. It was bucketing with rain through very low fog. We felt very dispondant as it was another coastline siteseeing day that would be affected by weather. Such a shame and very poor timing. As were running on a tight schedule on ...
... we drove....along long boring highways. The car karaoke was starting to lose its appeal and unfortunately the scenery was not as picturesque as we had experienced on previous long drives. One thing that did bring us some amusement was passing through the town of Glendale whose welcome sign informed us that it was famous for holding the first fiddlers festival. Yep....serious. We made a brief stop after approximately 3 hrs of driving and 272km under our belt, at the small ...
... to swing past the inventors paradise, but we had been reassured by Roy that the Ameoba's keel made it impossible for the boat to tip over, as it had ten tonne of concrete to balance its weight.
Roy has sailed this boat, built by his father, to the Bahamas a number of times, sometimes being away for many months. Despite this, the several pairs of bald eagles that he feeds frozen fish to recognize his vessel as soon as it nears their site, and swoop down really close to ...
... in Nova Scotia. You see, we have a personal interest as my grandfather’s brother John Charles Seaward (Seward he went by) worked the mines and was killed in a mining accident in 1967. Another piece of the Seaward history found.
On our way over to Louisbourg we stopped in Port Morien for a bite to eat and discovered several strange looking characters along the route. The town, for some odd reason, had little stuffed people all along the highway. ...
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