Stones Corner Bed And Breakfast

Address: 165 High Street, Pictou, Nova Scotia, B0K 1H0, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located on 165 High Street, Pictou, is near McCulloch House Museum and Caspers Gifts and Crafts.
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    Travel Blogs from Pictou

    And we were riding...

    A travel blog entry by garyanne on Oct 13, 2014

    24 photos

    ... every time I blink. Green gabled farm houses and huge weathered barns with rusty tin roofs are backdrops for faded scarecrows hanging limply beside ravaged garden plots. Industrious beavers have built huge dams, flooding the surrounding forest and creating a new skeletal landscape. Forested areas open up new meadows and lush pastures are home to dairy cows, horses and families of deer, partridge and raccoons. We pass over old ...

    One night stay in Pictou

    A travel blog entry by lilmont on Oct 09, 2013

    7 photos

    ... pains are setting in and we are tired from the drive parked outside our cottage and walked next door to Sobeys bought a hot chicken and Cesears salad with pineapple for a quick early dinner. Richard relaxed in a hot bath to get rid of the aches and pains we settled in for the night. Caught up with the bills and blog Richard did his think on his ipad then we relaxed in front of the TV before going to bed or we can go to bed and watch the little TV there.

    Chillaxing (in Meg's words)

    A travel blog entry by mollohan on Jul 09, 2013

    12 photos

    ... better take advantage of the sunshine for touring.

    We did finally muster up enough energy to make dinner...twice actually. We took about 8 of the clams we had found and cleaned them up. We steamed them, melted some butter and sat down to try them before cooking the rest. I am certain that steaming is not the way you eat these clams, because they were just too big and tough (even though we made sure to not overcook them). ...

    Cruisin' to Caribou

    A travel blog entry by johnturner on Jun 20, 2012

    3 photos

    ... I was getting my jacket on and making sure my bag was still tight, the car's driver and passenger came down so I introduced myself. It turned out they were from Clarkston, MI and were on their way back from PEI and doing what I was doing: driving the Trans-Canada on vacation. We had a short conversation but couldn't talk long as the ferry was pulling into the dock in Nova Scotia.

    I untied the bike and as I started ...

    Fish and Chip supper

    A travel blog entry by catndeano on Sep 10, 2011

    5 photos

    10th Sept cont.

    After leaving the Visitor Centre, we soon crossed over the border into Nova Scotia and drove along the coastal road through some lovely villages like one called Pugwash. The weather started to deteriorate but now and then we saw a nice rainbow that managed to finish off with the pot of gold out to sea. A couple of hours ...