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Travel Blogs from Mahone Bay
An awesome coffee in front of me... Time to start planning the day. I could not believe my eyes as I checked the weather. 100% chance of rain, starting in the morning, ending near midnight, 20-30mm expected and more along the coast, 2 degrees Celcius. Not 24 hours ago they predicted less than 3mm of rain, now 30. Basically my day is shot. How will I proceed? I started off with the required fuel-up at the Irving in Mahone Bay. I took Hwy 103 to Rt 14 (Windsor ...
... of Mahone Bay (keep this straight - both the next town west and the body of water are both called Mahone Bay.) Anyway, the glorious sunny day and Mahone Bay's Scarecrow Festival = gridlock conditions. It's all a matter of perspective. We had no problem parking or walking around town (see photos,) but I can see why it would shoo-off the locals. We had a marvelous time with the scarecrows and a nice cuppa tea at the Tea Brewery. It's there we met Arthur and Rita from north ...
... Our time has been consumed with visiting family (Calvert and Rena and those who have come from afar), sorting out details of home and enhancing our baggage (what on earth does that mean?). Let me explain...in our last-minute haste back in August the day of our leaving, I wildly threw a bunch of things in my baggage that I discovered enroute I didn't need or use much. After living out of a backpack for a couple of months one knows what is unnecessary weight and ...
... that evening. Not wanting to miss out on the festivities we decided that we would have our own baking day at Brigadoon House as well, although we would be baking shortbread and mince tarts instead of cakes and pudding and many hours ahead of the folks gathering on the west coast! Finding mincemeat (seems President’s Choice has cornered the grocery store market) was the first challenge and I eventually settled on a cranberry mincemeat made in Lunenburg, and ...
... tide was coming in and in less than an hour an area with no water was covered from shore to shore.
The red cliffs in the area look similar to the cliffs in Hopewell Cape as they are all subject to the same tide and wind action.
From Walton Lighthouse we traveled on to Burncoat, and found another lighthouse we did not know was there. This one is also ...
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- Free parking