Bailey House Bed and Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... at Fort Anne and the historic buildings in Annapolis Royal. Like John says, pretty well everything is historic around here.
Even though we are close to the Bay of Fundy, we haven't really experienced the tides yet. I guess we will have to wait till we get over to New Brunswick.
... Annoapolis Royal, where we visited Fort Anne, the oldest historic site in Canada. It was originally settled by the French, but throughout its existence as a fort, there were 13 battles and its ownership change hands between the French & English 7 times.
Today, we travelled up Digby Neck & spent the afternoon on a fishing boat whale watching. we saw 14 humpback whales who teased us ...
... close to the Annapolis River.
When standing on the waterfront I could see the causeway which crossed the river to Annapolis Royal and also the Tidal Power Generating Station.
Beautiful afternoon, nice breeze which kept the bugs away and Eric worked on recaulking the seals on the RV.
More exploring tomorrow in Annapolis ...
... couldn't handle. We sampled a delicious raspberry scone and learned about a local farm. James and Laura had been keeping track of hurricane Arthur, but weren't worried to the extent of preparing in any way shape or form. These things typically turned away at the last minute, bypassing Nova Scotia. Folks in town actually joked about Arthur being hyped up by the Canadian media. What was there to worry about? We soon found out. Monsoon like rains and wind began at around 11:30am. James ...
Leaving Antigonish around 11h; check out old friend going to politics: https://www.liberal.ns.ca/candidates/pi ctou-east/
watch tidal bore in Truro (exit 14): http://www.waterlevels.gc.ca/eng/statio ...