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... Vulture in flight (blurred) missed the male pheasant.
Drove back through Westport couldn't see any homes for sale as Linda and Bob want to buy a house here a bit remote and there are no Tim Horton's here better if they live in Digby there are two there that we have been too. Drove up another gravel road to Northern Point to another lighthouse can see the lighthouse on Peter's Island very rocky and rugged here plus cold and ...
... the mist is in Digby the fog has set in on both Long island and Brier Island bad new for us. Anyway they love my Aussie accent and will restock our big complimentary breakfast bowl for tomorrow with Raisin & Bran Flakes instead of Rice Bubbles.
Jill is set to go along the Evangeline Trail down to Mavillette so we are off onto Hwy 101W at Plympton the autumn leaves have finished only bare trees and spruce to look at. As we nearer Exit ...
Walk back along the waterfront tide is still out let the other Owner Heather know the restaurant was great had our shower and ready to relax. Ric************ his ipad and I checked emails have a person interested in the Pontiac so hopefully he or she wants to look at it when we get to Dartmouth on 27th Oct. Downloaded today's photos and did the blog. Relaxed in front of TV on the big comfy King size bed before falling asleep.
... the site for the off-season and the graciously allowed MJ and I to walk the grounds. This was a settlement from the early to mid-1800's of Acadian people who returned to Nova Scotia after the threat of deportation was gone. Our less ones from Shelburne, Birchtown and other sites along the way helped us recognize and understand the similarities and differences between these close in proximity cultures. We drove a while through the ...
boat the Farley Mowat. After a simple breakfast, we hit the road to
Kejimkujik and claimed a beautiful private campsite. Spent days doing
local hikes, touring around the peninsula and visiting the park's
Seaside adjunct. But the highlight of our visit was a kayak/canoe
trip to the back-country campsite on Lake Kejimkujik where ...