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... fishing village set amongst the jagged coastline of blue grey slate & sandstone.
We also visited the charming town of Mahoney Bay with lovely shops selling the work of local artisans - the only problem is you have to limit what you buy when you're away for 10 months or the motorhome would be full!! It has three 19th century churches all on the same street, can you see them in the ...
... dust and breathe refinery
Oh I miss the green and the woods and streams and I don't like cowboy clothes
But I like being free and that makes me an idiot I suppose
So come all you fine young fellows who've been beaten to the ground
This western life's no paradise but it's better than lying down
Oh the streets aren't clean and there's nothing green and the hills are dirty brown
But the government dole will rot ...
... and fridge very tiny, bathroom small with toilet hidden behind the door hardly any power points I have to sit on the sofa with the laptop on the arm to work. The only good thing is the view of the ocean from the little table and sunken chairs. Watched the sunset before having dinner people rave about it but it is just as good as the sunsets we see from our balcony at Ocean Reef. Time to relax on the hard bed and watch TV before the lights go out.
... the map and found one at the Shopping Centre where we are to go. Tank filled probably for the last time $1.294 at Irving, crossed over to SaveEasy for more food then to our favorite Tim Horton's for afternoon tea watch some people check the for sale sign and Pontiac out.
Quick trip back to the motel to put the food in the fridge then back to park in Lunenburg to have a walk around and take some photos. First stop was the Bluenose ...
... and welcoming that we didn't get out of there until 10. A brother walked in and Dom said "I know that guy". Not likely I thought, but maybe. Turned out to be Mike Jaillet (big brother of lisa rocchetti). Another brother walked in and Dom said "I know that guy". Oh, come on now I thought, but sure enough it turned out to be Greg Palmer, originally from thornhill. Next a family came in late and sat beside us. Turns out they are the Pierce's visiting from Markham. What are ...