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Travel Blogs from Annapolis Royal
We had originally thought we would get up today and take a drive back to Annapolis Royal to check out a couple of the old forts, but decided to get some clothes washed and do some errands.
That afternoon, the caravan had a good old fashion 4th of July picnic right next to the bay. The campground set up several picnic tables for us, several of us got out our grilles, and ...
This morning, there were no planned tours, so we jumped in the car with Doug and Windy Ferguson and drove to Digby, a few miles from the campground. Digby is a quiet harbor town that is basically the scallop capital of Canada.
Just north of Digby is the Point Prim lighthouse. Most Canadian light houses are pretty much the same in construction, but each has their own appeal due to the location ...
... we still had great views as we sat in our chairs and watched the sun go down while we were there.
Just a about a block from the campground was a seafood processing plant that also sold to the general public. While we were there, several folks bought lobster and scallops fresh off the boats from them. If you wanted, they would boil the lobsters for you.
That evening, Shirley opted to take a ...
Another day of touring, this time to Bear River, Digby Pines, St Bernard, Church Point and Yarmouth Bar.
Bear River is a tiny little town nestled between the river and hillside. It's very picturesque and quite different to the coast line.
Visited the French Shore which includes the villages of Church Point and St Bernard. St Bernard's Church was massive and built by the locals, one granite row by one granite row. I fondly named the statue out the front St ...
... and very proud of Yarmouth, but we didn't really get much help in the breakfast department. We decided to walk along downtown Yarmouth and see if we could find anything. We did find three Tim Horton's (which are EVERYWHERE out here, by the way. Even in the smallest town, you can be assured that there will be a Timmy Ho's), but we were hoping for something a bit more local than that. We decided to walk back to the car, and have our stand-by breakfast of cereal and fruit in ...
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