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... a long time ago but they built an exact replica in the 80s that tourists can ride on now.
After Lunenburg we drove to Kijimkujik National Park. It was later in the afternoon so we did a quick 3 km hike through the Beech trees and along the river. The leaves are all changing beautifully right now so the fir trees mixed with the burnt orange and yellow trees made it feel like we were walking through a movie. We found an epic huge mushroom and of ...
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This is Hanson blogging from Digby, Nova Scotia! This week sure has gone by quick! They say that "time flies when your having fun" so we must've been having a lot of fun!
I ended my last blog in Charlottetown, saying how we were going to board the ferry the next day. I was a little bit sad to leave Prince Edward Island (it has defiantly been one of my favorite places so far) ...
... been preserved for centuries, including a wooden house that, you guessed it, is the oldest in North America (dating back to the late 1600s). The experience was almost like taking a step back into time. The next morning we awoke to the sound of a hurricane siren, but didn't think much of it. Sure the power was out, but there was no rain and barely any wind. We started our day by heading to the local farmers market just down the road. It was cloudy and a bit windy, but nothing ...
... funeral procession as a gift from the host.Melanson talks about the people who are buried there, intertwined with stories of Annapolis Royal and the soldiers garrisoned at the fort. He explains the symbols and art on the tombstones, the variety and significance of the stones and the artists who carved them, mixed with funny stories that bring the graveyard alive. Will worth going out on a cool windy night.
... to keep things confusing) to a little town called Meteghan. I had read about a park in my Lonely Planet called Smuggler's Cove, named after all of the pirates that smuggled goods into the bay. There is a cave there, and apparently that was their main hiding spot. There are also names and initials carved in the rock from explorers and pirates, dating back for years and years. Unfortunately I had to read all of this information in my book and on a plaque in the park, because ...