Kip & Kaboodle Backpacker Hostel
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... of driving in near zero visibilty rain. Buzz's chain was in trouble too, I had to pull over again. I ducked under the bridge for Hwy102. I had no visibilty, my helmet was heavily fogged up. So much so that i loved the streaks of water that run down the inside of the visor, that removes the fog in its wake, so I can see. Things were also getting bad with the gloves, they were soaked. While under the bridge, I lubed the chain again. Water had made its way into ...
... I had fun with preparing dinner lucky I had two sharp knives, plastic plates with
plastic forks, knives and spoons plus microwave dishes. The chicken drumsticks we cooked last night so just had to reheat and cut up the veggies and microwave the lot. Dinner turned out alright. Evening routine of download today’s photos, expenses spreadsheet and blog. Richard entertains himself on the ipad. Couldn't survive more than two nights ...
Drove down the local highway to the coastal villages from Halifax. Beautiful, rocky coast line - a lot of businesses were closed due to the Canadian holiday, but the drive was worth the scenic beauty. Our ultimate destination was Lunenburg, a very old fishing harbor, and home of the Bluenose II sailing vessel.
We happened upon the annual "scarecrow" festival and design competition in the little village of Mahone Bay, and it was bustling with tourists and ...
... and that the British hunt them, in fear of ruining his moment!
A very short drive later and we were pulling into Peggy's Cove, a very small fishing village (population circ 65) with a picture perfect red and white lighthouse. It is a lovely calm setting except for the fact tourists flock in here apparently - So I'm not the first person to visit then!
This was our lunch spot, among the lobster pots and fishing docks.
... the front lawn while I worked on pastry for the mince tarts with the Reader’s Digest “Wonders of Christmas” albums to keep me company. Tarts would be slow going, there was only one pan in the house. After a couple of hours though we were through it all and enjoying the fruits of our labour – just in time to see family and friends gathering over Skype to say hello and for us to witness and make our wishes over the baking at home. Another perfect day. ...