St. Mary's River Lodge
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... of the same old same old as I had seen before, but there was a Photography shop, and they took 'old time' Photos ... with a late 19th century wooden AGFA wet plate Camera. The same sort (if not the same make) as the ones used by Brady et al to photograph the Civil War (the US one, not the British one!) ...
The woman who was doing the photos actually does wet plate photography for a 'living' ... and is one of less than a handful in the whole of ...
... in doubt over what to get for your antipasta course, get a crustini mista or chichetti mista, with 'mista' meaning 'mixed' so you get to try a variety of options
... In the summer this place is packed; we loved being one of the few people around, due to the time of year. A few of the shops were open as we walked about the town. The much-photographed, octagonal lighthouse majestically overlooks the area, and is the landmark one keeps an eye on, in case fog rolls in. And indeed that's exactly what happened. Suddenly we could not see 10 feet in front ...
... two three and a fourth coming up the rear. we then headed down the road to an artists place who knew the story behind Peggy's cove and what a scream he was we were about to go inside when up rocked Two Side car Motorcycles an out popped two people who decided to take the side car tour.
We then headed onto the little town and beautiful scenery along the coast road to the town of Mahone's Bay where we saw all the houses an business's decorated in ...
... does get very cold here. Minus 11 to plus 5 in the winter, 200 – 300cm of rain and is more icy than snow.
Back along past the coastal fishing villages to the Fairview Cemetery where the people from the Titanic are buried as the ship went down off this coastline. The survivors in life boats (700 out of 2200) were ...