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... and rain.
That evening, we were treated to a fresh lobster dinner cooked by the folks at the campground and paid for out of caravan funds. Each of us were served a two pound lobster in the shell with drawn butter, corn-on-the-cob, boiled potatoes, and salad, and raspberry cake for desert. Yum, yum! This is a pretty loud bunch when we are all together, but you could hear a pin drop once everyone got their food. ...
... we knew (although I expect we'll know even more tonight after Richard gave her a long list of suggestions last night) and, after dinner, a 'piano man' playing the hits of Billy Joel, Elton John and Stevie Wonder. Overnight we travelled to Halifax, Nova Scotia (where they have the best lobster chowder in the world!) and we again woke to a huge blue sky and a beautiful expanse of ocean. We lost an hour's sleep as Halifax is in a different time zone and instead ...
... we saw our first tree with color. It stood proudly at the bow of the graves. An interesting story from the Titanic was about a non-Jew buried in the cemetery's Jewish section because of he was using a false name. He had kidnapped his girl friend's kids, and boarded the ship using the alias. Though he did died in the sinking, he managed to save the children and they were reunited with their mother following the sinking of the Titanic.
As we explored ...
... only “coward” on the Titanic. He jumped on the last boat.
An interesting tombstone in Fairview Lawn Cemetery is that of Ernest Freeman. The following was copied from a web site.
The Halifax ships recovered 328 bodies of which 119 were buried at sea. The rest were returned to Halifax, which now fulfilled ...
... overland expeditions to cover a considerable chunk of the trip costs by renting our home to tenants whilst travelling (but see the postscript at the end of this entry). This income has largely covered our fuel costs and a bit more besides. Apart from one off additional health and public liability vehicle insurance costs, border crossings and visas, chargeable accommodation (where we haven’t or couldn’t bush camp), ferries and shipping of the ...
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