Pelham House Bed & Breakfast
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... to jeopardize any of the support work she is doing. People can often take things the wrong way or out of context and I have a tendency to offend people simply by being who I am so I will avoid anything to do with BK.
We spent our mornings over breakfast back in Sussex discussing the east coast character with Deb and Phil who ran the B n' B we stayed in. I believe Deb is originally from Brantford and they both moved to Sussex from ...
... t get an International line out will try when we get to Topmast Motel and do a reverse call there.
Looked out over the water and the mist or steam was rising from the water and you couldn't see in the distance with the mist or fog. A pristine sight to see so peaceful and beautiful watched a fisherman in his boat coming across the water and circling in the middle of the bay in front of us.
Had to turn all the heating off ...
... up and made our way to Mahone Bay. We unexpectedly came across the 'Great Scarecrow Festival'. Well it was Halloween time after all. Lots of weird, wonderful and damn right bloody strange scarecrows around.
One guy had dressed himself and his motorbike completely in skulls. Bit of a fetish I think. He said he just did it for a laugh and to meet people. Well it was working.
We followed ...
... inquired about going out on a boat tour to see if we could see whales. However, at the cost of 200.00 dollars for the four of us. We decided against it. Because we had the dogs with us we went in pairs to the fisheries museum of the Atlantic. I highly recommend talking the time to go thru this exhibit. The first level consists of aquariums. The second and third floor are about the Lunenburg tall ships and rum running. ...
... painted in a super fun rainbow colours! We even dodged the rain and were able to eat outside. So fun!
Walking through Lunenburg was like stepping back in history. So incredibly beautiful! Meghan and I liked to peek into all the shops that lined the streets. Then we ended up at the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic. We were not entirely sure what to expect, but it turned out to be one of the highlights ...