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... Blue Point, which had a tiny little harbour that was just sheltered from the ocean by a wall of rocks. Then we were back driving around looking at all the houses and churches. Jenny seems to have taken a big interest in churches, and that is a bit weird for someone who doesn’t go to church or ever intend to.
Last night in a tent tonight and I am looking forward to that. Just think a bed each night with a toilet nearby. Such ...
... convection oven baked the homemade frozen chicken pot pie we bought last week at the farmer's market. Delicious! About the time we sat down to eat, the fog rolled in, and after a few games of Yahtzee, we called it a night.
The next morning we took a walk on a nearby trail in the campground and snapped a few more pictures. This campground rates high on our list of favorites with its 360 views of the surrounding water. Just beautiful!
... br> started the day with a visit to the Maritime Museum which was very interesting.
Halifax has a massive maritime history with it being the closest port to Europe
on this side of the Atlantic. It told the stories of all the ships that had
gone aground near here over the years and the biggest one being the Titanic.
When she sunk not that far from here it was ships from Halifax that went out to
help and look for ...
... Samual de Champlain's ship arrived in La Have to the new world in 1604. This was chosen by King Louis XIII to be the “First Capital of New France.” The Bay of Fundy was once the largest settlement of the Acadians. In addition to Nova Scotia, Cape Breton many also have Acadian roots.
So, on with the blog. Note: ...
... Land Rover when measuring ourselves against the huge rigs the Canadians and their American cousins go “camping” in. Why 2 people need a 45 ft coach type RV or 5th wheel type trailer van to camp in is quite beyond me….
At Sandy Point we were devoured by mosquitoes (again) – we honestly thought we had seen the last of them way back west. But this was more than made up for by the beautiful sunset we had laid on for ...