Oakwood Manor Bed and Breakfast
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... to the clicking cameras all around her. We had an awesome
view of her face peeking out of the water at us about 80metres away. She gave
herself a big shake then ambled over to the edge of the lake drinking and
splashing around. We watched and shared our binoculars as she wandered further
away and others who had just arrived tried to get a glimpse. It was still
raining quite hard but we no longer cared as we had been able to enjoy another
We rode up the west coast of Cape Breton Island along the Cabot Trail. What a majestic twisting, rising and falling road through the Cape Breton Highland National Park. The weather was perfect: warm and calm. We are staying at the northern tip of the island tonight. We have all day to ride the Cabot Trail tomorrow then we catch the ferry to Newfoundland around ...
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... carrying a fish in its talons. AMAZING! Great fire with our FREE wood (Dad would have LOVED it). We enjoyed some wine and our chocolates from The Tickle Inn. Mmm! Much cooler after dark and windy. Started a SLIGHT fire in the dry grass on the cliff. oops. Fell asleep with one side of the tent rain fly open to the ocean, listening to the crashing waves...WAY better than our sound machine at ...
Up at 7.30am, had breakfast and headed towards Cape Breton Island around 8.30am. Jumped back on the Trans Canada Highway and stopped off at Port Hastings to check emails and gather information. We left there around 10am and continued along the TCH, then side tracked to Lake Ainslie and onto the Cabot Trail. First stop was at Joe's Scarecrow Village, Cap Le Moine, which turned out to be just a lot of scarecrows with weird & ...