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... Atlantic Canada stays fixed in the past.
There were some lovely landscapes. Notable, the Fundy Trail Parkway (New Brunswick), Cape Breton Highlands National Park (Nova Scotia) and the Points East Coastal Drive (Prince Edward Island). I appreciated all these, but was dismayed by the lack of locals and tourists alike. I kept coming up with ideas on how I might pump tourism dollars into the economy and get ...
On April 17, the Halifax-based Cable Steamer Mackay-Bennett set sail with a minister, an undertaker and a cargo of ice, coffins and canvas bags. She arrived at the site on April 20 and spent five days carrying out her grim task. Her crew was able to recover 306 bodies, 116 of which had to be buried at sea. On April 26, the Mackay-Bennett left for ...
... br> watching more dolphin ride our bow’s wake and being invading by enormous black
flies. After dodging countless lobster pots, we arrived late that night in
Coinjock, North Carolina, a small town known by captains for the massive prime
rib at the marina restaurant which Steve and our delivery captain raced to
order not wanting to miss out. Another day on the inland waters, gratefully
enjoying the calm cruising, we arrived in Norfolk, ...
... among the group to help with the founding of the town. It is said that is why his statue in the City is facing toward England instead of the town that he had founded. Halifax was a haven for many of the New England Loyalists who fled the United States after the end of the American Revolutionary War. During the War of 1812, many of the Privateers who raided American Shipping were from this area. One such privateer was Enos Collins, who was so successful, that he was said to have ...
... Street until we reached number 85. This building was and still is the premises of Hayward and Warwick, retailers of fine china since 1855. The nationally renowned china company moved to this precise location in 1877 and continue to hold the title of the oldest family owned business in Saint John. Further down the street at number 79 we stumbled upon the former Power's funeral home. New Brunswick's first professional, full time undertaker Mark Needham Power started his business in ...