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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      And we were riding...

      A travel blog entry by garyanne on Oct 13, 2014

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      ... stained glass. Small towns and historic sites dot the well-maintained Trans-Canada Trail, built on old railway traces and well used in every season. We had a delicious lunch and hot tea to warm up at Big Al's in Tatamogouche and then bundled up again for the ride back. Bracing myself to absorb the impact as Gary blasted through the dips and pot holes filled with muddy water kept me from enjoying the view. His theory that the bumps are ...

      Off to Nova Scotia

      A travel blog entry by garyanne on Oct 10, 2014

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      We woke up this morning again with a murder of crows getting all riled up in the trees above us, and the sounds of shotguns echoing across the fields of corn. Signs posted for duck hunting season brought back memories of Dad taking my little brothers hunting on cold autumn mornings just like this one. Mom and I would wait in the car listening for the sounds of the guns and it seemed like they were gone forever. I remember munching on oatmeal date cookies, ...

      One night stay in Pictou

      A travel blog entry by lilmont on Oct 09, 2013

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      ... 6.00 each to see a full sized replica of the original ship Hector which brought the first wave of emigrants from Scotland to Nova Scotia in 1773. Gerard the Tour Guide was up himself a bit more interested in the young German couple than us so I became a pain and interrupted him speaking German to ask questions about the ship. We explored the Blacksmith's Workshop and the Rope Room then watch on the screen the launch of the Hector in 2000.

      Museum Day in Nova Scotia

      A travel blog entry by knightc on Jul 02, 2013

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      ... got there. She continued to talk for quite a while as we looked around and when she finally got off the phone she apologized and told us that she was speaking to somebody about a job. Bob went to pay for admission and she said "No - that's OK". He insisted on paying though. There were exhibits all related to fishing in general and they had a large tank ...

      Cruisin' to Caribou

      A travel blog entry by johnturner on Jun 20, 2012

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      ... the sun. Either way, the trip to Caribou was uneventful and it wasn't long before we were preparing to enter the harbor.

      I made my way back down to the lounge and used the restroom before heading down to the hold to get my bike ready to disembark. When I got back downstairs, I noticed that the car behind me had a Huron-Clinton Metroparks sticker on the windshield. That meant the car was from Michigan! What a small ...