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... hue of the rainbow, colourful place names like Hearts delight, Dildo (yes, really!), Cupids; friendly people, lots of remote areas, and none of the elusive moose we were promised were omnipresent, (to everyone's disappointment...); but great cycling and a wonderful group that got along and pitched in to make it a fun trip.
Another ferry ride, and we were in Sydney again and off to Louisburg to explore the fort. Stay tuned for the next part of our ...
... black in color, and really regal looking. Also we saw a couple of Newfoundland dogs. What a beautiful breed! We have watched passengers come and go from the ship all afternoon. No one is carrying any packages, so I think it is safe to assume that there is not much shopping here near the ship anyways. The houses here in the city are quite unique. Very square built, colorful, three and four ...
... interesting to listen to as he talked proudly of his rising star hockey playing grand-daughter. She is only 14 years old and she has already been scouted to play after high school. Her goal is to play in the Winter Olympics someday, and from what we heard it sounds like she is well on her way. Her name is Shailynn Snow, remember that name :) Follow up on the carrot cake story: we found some carrot cake cupcakes/muffins? Not as good as Jim's, we got to keep searching ...
... are awesome to see. The bright colours of these houses only came to be in the 70's, I can't imagine how drab it must have looked before. We explored Water Street and shopped for some souvenirs in some of the neat little shops. We had a cool, windy fun filed day! We will explore a bit more in the morning before we catch the afternoon ferry to North Sydney, NS. This will be a 16 hour overnight ...
... 8211; mix the mortar and pass him bricks. This was quite easy at ground level. But as the chimney grew, and scaffolding was set up, it became a fair bit more interesting. The mortar would be dumped in a five-gallon bucket and hauled up on a rope; the same for the flue. The bricks were tossed individually from ground level to my father perched atop a couple lengths of scaffolding. The ...