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Travel Blogs from Pictou
... and emergency procedures. We are now on our day off for the week, the last one I'll get for three weeks because of my out trip. So I will be completely off the grid for awhile. The weather has been super hot and humid the last few days, but it is forecast for a large storm coming this weekend when campers arrive. Yesterday was Canada Day and we celebrated by having Canada cupcakes, singing the 'O Canada' and fireworks in the main ...
... hope that I have a good bunch of kids to make it even better. I have been living up in the tipis for the past week with the other Leadership counsellors which is a decent 5 min walk from the pavilion/wash house. And we've had to be up at 7.30am every morning for Rip and Dip, where we have to jump in the cove first thing in the morning. Apart from that, camp has been great and there will be more exciting stories to come ...
... Some statistics:
We travelled 12,622 km in StarII
We travelled an additional 4,308 km in our Fiesta
We also travelled 4,029 sea miles during the Mexico segment of our cruise and 9,292 km on the Hawaiian segment.
In the US:
Our least expensive gas was in Albuquerque, NM and in Oklahoma City, OK $2.96 per gallon.
Our most expensive gas was in Houlton, ME $3.82 per gallon.
... Exit 19A onto Hwy 2E to Nova Scotia. This is the dual highway we came in on from Prince Edward Island with views of the autumn maples and spruce trees. The highway is very quiet just a few car's and semi's.
Crossed the river to Nova Scotia now on Hwy 104E a dual highway with the same views as Hwy 2E missed the Information Centre at first town of Amherst after the bridge there are wind turbines near the highway and the maple leaves are ...
We left the mud-hole campground today (yay!), heading back over the Canso Causeway into the main part of Nova Scotia. Again, even outside of Cape Breton there are lots of place name signs in Gaelic as well as English. I wondered about whether anyone still spoke Gaelic and later found out that people in do still speak it (particularly older people in Cape Breton).