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... He was very talkative and most interesting, giving us names of restaurants, must-see places and helpful hints for our journey ahead to Cape Breton. His summers are spent here in his house overlooking the harbor and his winters are spent in Toronto. After working many years in Southern California in the Movie Business (as he put it), he had nothing but good things to say about the US. We suspect he was a ...
... we were allowed to check out the various fishing ships/boats that they have collected and renovated.
Additionally, they had a building where you could see and touch scallops and other indigenous fish, as well as see the tools they use to catch and process them.
That afternoon, we carpooled to The Ovens Natural Park for lunch at The Ol’ Miner Diner and later a walking tour of the Sea Cave Trail.
As we sat ...
... 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 ...
... would hate to rive here in a storm the water would be lapping over the road.
Magnificent views of Maders Cove stopped at a “no parking bay” between the bay and sea marshlands, lakes to take a photo of the tiny island with lighthouse beacon on and another slightly bigger island with house on owned by a Swiss family. A local drove by twice to see what we were doing and we waved, he smiled and was satisfied we were okay. ...
... when we were in Hopewell Cape that this part of Canada (Nova Scotia, Cape Breton Island, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland) is called the Maritimes, we were always wondering what people were talking about. Anyway we drove down a very nasty road to Cherry Hill Harbour in a small protective inlet to have a look and there was a truck there replacing poles on the wharf.
More beautiful views of the South Shore Atlantic Ocean as ...