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... who had a car. So on the Wednesday we went down Digby Neck to Long Island and Brier Island and went whale watching and hiking. It was an amazing day - saw some amazing whales and the coastline was amazing. It was a long day - up at 6am and caught two ferries but it was totally worth it! That night I introduced Ilda to her first ...
... and balance required. This was a year of watching and information gathering. I think we might compete next year.
When I got home, I found Julie Cormack was reworking the squirrel trap as the birds were eating her bait she set out to capture the squirrel that keeps stealing the bird seed from the feeder. Does this sound crazy? This saga will continue over the summer, I am sure.
... was gracious enough to offer us her place for a few nights, and we happily accepted. It didn't take long before we found ourselves driving down St. George street in Annapolis Royal, one of the oldest streets in North America. We turned on St. James Street where we met Jean and Lloyd, a lovely elderly couple that looked after the apartment. Anita's place was perfect: a full kitchen, two bedrooms, wifi, and a living room overlooking Annapolis Bay. We quickly settled in. After ...
... was over and went for a walk.
Around noon we were at the second annual Lobster Bash which had been moved inside to the local arena. The three of us pretty much doubled the crowd there :). Then 12:15PM the lights went out and we were in for part two of the storm.
No World Cup games that day on TV but we did catch the pentalies on the radio with Netherlands moving on over Costa Rico (Caleb was happy).
I went for a walk ...
... by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Evangeline: A Tale of Acadie.
After watching an excellent film about the Acadians, we toured the beautiful gardens and grounds that have been preserved to honor the Acadians.
We then arrived at Parker’s Cove and a great campground located on the coast of the Bay of Fundy. Many of the sites look out onto the Bay. While we did not have a “bay view” ...