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Travel Blogs from Baddeck
(Sorry about my first entry since it was indicated to be the end of the trip not the beginning. Trying to be so organized, I had entered all our stops (which begin and end with Halifax) and accidentally put that entry in the wrong place. I will try to correct that but who knows!) Continuing on….
After lingering over breakfast Tuesday …
... off many trees, but they were leaving them there to let regeneration take place naturally.
Apparently there are moose, bears, foxes etc in the highlands.
75 tourist ships call here per year, so it is big business. 14% unemployment with 24% in winter. $10.35 per hour minimum wage. Petrol $1.40 per litre.
... on the ocean and take solme pictures on their deck.. nice spot, very quiet and isolated.
The drive to Ingonish on this this side is quite boring as most of it is inland forest and not a great road! Glad we saw Shannon's place but road not worth touring!
Back to Baddeck as they are wrapping up from sailing races (in the rain) so there is lots of activity in this really neat town. Rain and wind all night long!
... Graham Bell
rode the east side of the Cabot Trail.. visited the Gaelic college museum.. lunched on ...
... to the second floor loft. The kids love the stairs and loft! There are even three beds up there, plus a private room on the main floor for Kevin and I. Lots more room than the Super 8! :)
As this cottage is not directly on the beach, we went for the couple minute walk, past the owner's house to the beach. Much different than PEI, this beach is mainly made up of ...