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Travel Blogs from Lunenburg
... Bean, an outdoor brand of longstanding, and we couldn't resist the chance to visit - at least five different shops, ranging from fine home wares to a large selection of guns and hunting equipment, including a nice line in the camouflage clothes that are so popular with outdoors folk here in the US.
Before we crossed into Canada, we reached Quoddy Point, the eastern-most point of ...
... or oysters, tuna tartare Kathy and I both had scallops for dinner. Very tasty. About halfway through the main course Sam showed up Looking tired but none the worse for wear. Luggage is on the next flight. Why did he call, txt, email? "I tried," he says. Sheesh.
KATHY: After dinner Tyler and Ian spotted in parking lot in robes and, oddly, matching booties. Captured them on film with Maureen.
... back there in your home town
So bid farewell to the Eastern town you never more will see
There's self respect and a steady cheque in this refinery
You'll miss the green and the woods and streams and the dust will fill your nose
But you'll be free and just like me an idiot I suppose
In finishing, I have to mention the large number of Germans - both Canadian born with German roots and people directly from Germany who ...
... at East River to continue round Mahone Bay to St Margarets Bay (extra 45 minute drive) we followed the road straight ahead taking the short cut across to Hubbards where we picked up the Lighthouse Route again.
Stopped at the Post Office at Hubbards for directions (had them in stitches) and they agreed the signs weren't very good lots of tourists miss the road. The scenery we missed is rocky shorelines
similar to what we have already seen. ...
... Magnificent views of all the inlets as we wind around the coastline to Blue Rocks a scenic little fishing village, very picturesque and quaint the “Peggy’s Cove of Lunenburg” stopped to look at a little boat shed in the middle of one inlet. At Blue Rocks there is a tiny protected fishing harbour
the coast is very rocky (blue) lots of submerged and partly showing rocks from the shoreline with many little forest island ...
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