Queen Anne Inn
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... Fort Anne was a German bakery which we wanted to look at - a biscuit was $5.95 (interesting but too pricey for us).
Fun looking around and a nice stroll through the town. Took the boys for a short walk before we went back to the campground.
For supper I cooked up some of the Advocate scallops we bought while there, hodgepodge, and strawberry shortcake for ...
... close to the Annapolis River.
When standing on the waterfront I could see the causeway which crossed the river to Annapolis Royal and also the Tidal Power Generating Station.
Beautiful afternoon, nice breeze which kept the bugs away and Eric worked on recaulking the seals on the RV.
More exploring tomorrow in Annapolis ...
... to put Ducky on it. As you do with ducks and mushrooms! After our hike we drove to the west coast of Nova Scotia and wound our way along the little coastal roads looking for a good place to spend the night. Unfortunately Nova Scotia is lacking in good places to pull over (Quebec is still winning at that!) so we ended up at yet another Wal-Mart. They really have been life savers for a free place to park and good bathrooms but it isn’t the most ...
... it wasn't a breakfast place. To our delight the store had homemade Rhappy Pie, an Acadian version of the Chicken Pot Pie that Laura had been dying to try. It hit the spot. We continued down route 1, (nicknamed "the longest Main Street in the world"), passing through yet more little towns until reaching Yarmouth proper. Known for its seafood, James and Laura were excited to continue their culinary tourism of Canada. That days menu included a "hot lobster sandwich" (lobster meat bathed in ...
... the Bay of Fundy. We were between tides, but still had a marvelous view at an old wharf in Culloden. Weather-wise, it was another warm, sunny day. A yummy meal at Bistro East (across the street from Fort Anne) fortified us for our candlelight tour of the Graveyard of Annapolis Royal. Alan Melanson lead us for over an hour through the grounds of Fort Anne and the adjacent English graveyard, the oldest in Canada. When we returned to the B&B, hot cider awaited ...