Marina Cove Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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After the drive around the Cabot Trail yesterday we decided to stay close to home. We were told about a waterfall, the UISGE Ban Falls, that was in the Nova Scotia Provincial Park not to far from Baddeck. They don't tell you about this waterfall at the information center but our campground host told us ...
... d'Or Lake. Battery provincial park has a picnic area and a small camp grounds. The camp grounds rests in between two old forts, on the left was the British fort Dorchester and on the right was the French fort Toulouse. When we checked in we were welcomed by three park attendants and the two park hosts. It was like walking into neighbourhood coffee shop. Everyone was so friendly. Les and his buddies were quick ...
Norm and I went to Christmas Island to attend a Ceilidh (pronounced 'Kay-lee') at the local fire hall. It was called Drivin'er! and was filled with young talent that graced the stage with fiddle playing and lively step-dancing.
We had an enjoyable evening listening to the Mabou sisters Dawn and Margie Beaton (fiddlers/step-dancers), Colin Grant (fiddle/step-dance) and Adam Young (on piano). A really impressive group of ...
... Mabel and Alexander Graham Bell sitting on a bench in the park. The sculpture is a tribute to Alexander Graham Bell and his wife who lived in Baddeck.
We are still waiting to get some wildlife photos. We had a bald eagle fly right over head in the campground, but neither of us had our cameras ready.
Tomorrow our plans are to drive the Cabot ...
... a hill over-looking St. Peter’s Bay on the Atlantic Ocean. It’s quite spectacular and is requiring a lot of attention as I type this. Please exques ane tipe-os.
This morning we woke up at Corny Brook campground in the Cape Breton Highlands National Park. We broke down our very wet tent (thanks to the dew off of the ocean) and embarked on the rest of the Cabot Trail. The views ...