The Pebble Bed & Breakfast
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Our summer vacation began with a shuttle bus service from Moncton bringing us to the Halifax International Airport for our overnight non-stop flight to Glasgow, Scotland. We arrived at the bus terminal a little early, only to discover the bus was running approximately an hour or so late. No real issue for us, as we were going to have several hours to pass in Halifax prior to our flight. Eventually the bus arrived and we began the ...
We left Heathrow about 30 minutes late and were told we should make up the
lost time, however this did not happen and we landed even more late in
Having only had a few hours sleep last night I managed to sleep much of the
flight which is just great.
Finally after what seemed a mighty long 6 hours we are flying across
northern Nova Scotia and looking down at the land and lakes below it appears
that the place is a bit of a white out. The ...
... we are cared for and served very well. The food is excellent and the menu choices are many for every meal. On sea days there many hours to read (me) or take bridge lessons and play bridge (Steven).
Today after we dock, Bill and Joyce will meet us at the pier and take us to their home for. a Sunday Brunch. I will post the blog from their home. We have to be back on board by 7 pm for sailing to St John, NB.
All the best
We left Liscombe Lodge early and headed down the coast. The seas picked up during the day so that when we got to Jeddone Harbour we were taking water over the bow. Once we got inside the shelter of the harbor is calmed down and we wended our way up the very narrow channel to what was supposed to be Sea Rover Resort & Marina at the head of the harbor. A radio call got no answer and a phone call said ...
... now still exists. Given the Russian/Ukraine tensions (with the EU under the threat of losing access to Russian gas), the schizophrenic tendencies of US border controls and the quiet but ever present Chinese grab of raw materials and oil I have to wonder where this world is going.
While this trip has but into perspective the incredibly shortsightedness of so many per causes, it has cast new light in the rapid decline of freedom in ...