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Travel Blogs from Rustico
I am beside myself with excitement. (a stretch) I have yet another day off. Woohoo. I had the little one to pick up last night, otherwise I could have done my Nova Scotia overnighter. Until I find a few days off in a row, it is Day 1 of 1 trips.
So as I sip my cup of caffeine, my level of consciousness has improved enough to plan my day. I plan to rotate my pegs back one more slot, leave the ski boot/MX boots at home, and make my way to Atlantic Motorplex. The plan is ...
... we have seen a fair bit of this on our travels.
The soil here is a rich red loam (iron content in the soil). We saw potato harvesting – the machine does 6 rows at a time and takes 6 minutes to fill a truck. Petrol is $140.3 here.
Onto the Confederation Bridge which was finished in 1997 at a cost of $840m and designed to last 100 years. It is 12.8km long and ...
... agreed to put me up for a night or two. Initially, I had cold feet a little, I don't like to impose. But Eileen is the definition of easy going. Once I sorted myself out a little, we headed into town for dinner. By this time, the rain and wind outside was indescribable. Let's say it was coming down at 45degrees like in Vancouver, but bucket-loads. I was not much of a wine drinking pal this evening, after couple of glasses, I was ...
... Fish Island Light
Georgetown Range Lights
Haszard Point Range Lights
Howards Cove Light
Indian Head Light
Leards Range Lights
Little Channel Range Lights
Malpeque Harbour Approach Range Lights
Malpeque Outer Range Lights
Miminegash Range Lights
Murray Harbour Range Lights
New London Range Lights
North Cape Light
North Rustico Harbour Light
Northport Range Lights
Palmer Range Lights
Panmure Head Light
After a charming breakfast we rode South to St Margarets NB and stopped at a deserted Air Force base that was originally part of the DEW line in the 1950's. When I was in grade 7, 8, and 9 my family was one of the first ones to live in the houses on the base. It was interesting to see the old house and see that the primary school, recreation hall, and all administration and radar towers are completely gone. A lot of memories of good times came rushing back.