Kip & Kaboodle Backpacker Hostel
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... There was also a booth from the Iron Works Distillery in Lunenburg at an old marine blacksmith's shop - they make rum and liquors.
Heading down the road to Bridgetown, we gassed up and got Tim's Coffees.
Then started southward on Route 10 cross country to Mahone Bay and Lunenburg area. The road was real smooth in Annapolis County and changed to rough in Lunenburg ...
... I realized that was Bill both times. That’s not how we met. We met through some friends. Bill was writing invitations for a balloon airline. Hot air balloons. He wanted to make a business out of taking people up in the meadows. That’s how we met through friends.
I was 28. Something like that. That was it. In California. In Sausalito. During the 70’s. It was good. It was fun. We moved to north to Mendocino later. Lived there for quite a few ...
... some people who can retain it. Some of our teachers can. For us it’s glimpses of that kind of feeling. Basically learning not to fight but play with it in a wise way. Working on it. I’m far from there."
I spent hours with Bill practicing mindful listening.
And time stood still.
The first thought. Was the best thought. Resulted in many thoughts. And many words.
An awesome coffee in front of me... Time to start planning the day. I could not believe my eyes as I checked the weather. 100% chance of rain, starting in the morning, ending near midnight, 20-30mm expected and more along the coast, 2 degrees Celcius. Not 24 hours ago they predicted less than 3mm of rain, now 30. Basically my day is shot. How will I proceed? I started off with the required fuel-up at the Irving in Mahone Bay. I took Hwy 103 to Rt 14 (Windsor ...
... middle of the village to the other side of the bay to the S.S. Atlantic Heritage Park. Tragedy befell on the shores off Mar's Head, Lower Prospect in the early hours of 1 April 1873 562 souls were lost when the S.S. Atlantic smashed into the rocky unforgiving coast in the worst nautical disaster in Canada prior to the Titanic. The S.S. Atlantic was only two years old and one of the largest and most luxurious liners of the day.