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A large tree gave me shade for the car when at parked at 3 pm. I can see it from the second floor window of this historic inn. My plan is to leave it there until I travel again on the 24th. Trying to walk carefully downhill past colourfully painted shops and homes is distracting. There is so much to see. The care and attention given to Lunenburg to …
The comforts and gracious hospitality at Boscawen Inn spilled over into day 2. The manor house was built in 1888. Much of the town is older and the different architecture styles are interesting to note. The town was established in 1753 and one of the first British attempts to settle Protestants in Nova Scotia. The ketch, Eastern Star, does 2 hour …
... to catch a ferry over to Saint John in New Brunswick. *where I am currently writing this post!* It's a bigger Island than you think! Our ferry was scheduled for 4pm. We did stop for lunch at a cute little cafe, but we didn't have much time to spare. When we reach our hotel in Saint John, it should be around 8pm. The plan is literally dinner then bed. Tomorrow, we go back over the border into Maine in the ...
... married in Quebec City in 1950 and my father played hockey for the Quebec Aces for a few years and then signed on to play for the Sydney Millionaires. When he told my mom they were moving to Sydney she thought they were going to Australia!! My father played two years in Sydney and one more in Glace Bay. Three winters spent out on the far eastern edge of Nova Scotia and my mother thought she had reached the ends of the earth. What she ...
... there was a Tim Horton's ahead good excuse for morning tea of coffee and muffins. This is quite a good size town watched the kids on the BMX tracks next door not bites with the for sale sign.
Back on the road with glimpses of the bay through the nearer bare sugar maples and spruce forest can see little moorings with boat sheds and boats bopping in the water at each of the rocky inlets and rivers with homes around the shore and along ...