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... where the remains are buried & all names listed. We travelled to Lunenburg along the scenic coast, passing through picturesque places like Chester & Mahone Bay. Lunenburg was founded in 1753 with most being foreign Protestants, who emigrated from the upper Rhine area of Germany. It's economy was based on farming, fishing, shipbuilding & ocean based commerce.
Nice sunny day!
When I took the boys for a walk this morning, I met lots of friendly campers and stopped and chatted (of course). Two campsites are even flying huge Newfy flags. Eric had a chat with a lady at one of these.
We had to go through Mahone Bay to get to Lunenburg and we saw a market in the Mahone Bay grocery store parking lot. We found parking on an off street and walked back with ...
... br> We made one more stop at a lighthouse we had seen on the map close to the fort site. It was a lovely lighthouse right at the end of a dirt road by a beautiful bay. We took a few pictures and spent time looking around and then headed off the to ferry.
Okay, now we must get going or we will miss the boat. Sometimes when we are traveling in the van we have brilliant ideas. Sometimes not. You can decide about this one. We decided that ...
The fog was clearing around 9 as we began our day. We were headed to Lunenburg but our first stop was at a farmer's market in the small village of Blockhouse, near Mahone Bay. Apparently it's still too early here for most vegetables, but we did buy lettuce, spinach, baked bread and homemade jam. About a half dozen vendors were there, along with a local musician playing some down-home folk music. Jim could ...
... the Chapin family and friends get together and put on a concert.
After lunch, we walked along the bluffs and checked out the caves (Ovens) and beautiful views of the water below. The site was known as the “Indian Ovens” in early maps, probably due to the Mi’kmac legend of an Indian brave, who entered a cave in his canoe and emerged in Annapolis on the other side of Nova Scotia by way of subterranean ...