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Andddd we are up and back in bizness! With the help of our focused business lady, we were able to get back up and moving for some more Canadian touring. After experiencing a hectic day, we were sure we would sleep like babies...but, alas, we did not. We were warned about crazy winds where we were camped out, but we thought we were invincible....? After an entire night of fighting with our tent in our faces, we woke up not so rested. That's ok! We were still looking ahead to ...
It was was a dark and dreary morning, one of those mornings perfect for staying in bed. We slowly woke up, packed our belongings and got on the road just before it began to pour. We drove all the way to Cape Breton, much of the drive was unremarkable because much of the drive had low visibility due to the torrential down pour. We drove for about 8 hours before we got hungry ...
... as we are planning on doing a bit more of that on our
way back but it was interesting just going through them.
After quite a long drive we finally made it to North Sydney and we were about to try and find a
place to stay, that we had not booked in advance, for the first time. We ended
up at a wee Motel that was only minutes from the ferry terminal. It was quite comfy
and it had a microwave and fridge ...
... the coast to the Louisbourg National Historial Site a fortified seaport founded by the French in 1713 and abandoned by the British in 1768 only to find the gates locked. What a wasted day Richard wasn't in a happy mood took the quickest route back to the cottage on Hwy 22. Back on Hwy 225E and the roadworks which didn't do much for Richard and his mood stopped at a little Petrol Station and paid a high price for 2 litres of milk took exit 1W to Hwy ...
... chances of getting any good pictures of the view.
North Sydney is a very small town and the ferries waiting in port loom large over the town, dwarfing it. Many of the restaurants were closed, as it is a Sunday before Labour Day (Monday Sept 2nd). We had dinner at a Chinese restaurant, very traditional to the region! It was the only option really, and it ...
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