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... the boat for the
summer and plan our route up the eastern seaboard to Nova Scotia where we would
meet the owners for the first time since leaving Florida. After last minute
mechanical details, provisioning and stowing and an impromptu Mother’s Day
cruise with the entire family onboard, we were rushed out to sea to get our
summer trip started. We departed Miami in 4-5 foot seas and were underway for
36 hours straight, arriving a day and a ...
... then say our goodbyes and head for the airport. It has been a great week. We really enjoyed taking the harbour ferry across to Dartmouth on Friday. Our seafood meal at John's Lunch turned out to be the best meal of the trip. We all feasted on scallops, clams, calamari, shrimp, haddock & chips, washed down with frothy milkshakes. Yesterday was a sunny day with a temperature of 17. We hit a few markets and shops, ...
... us, Bishops landing was old buildings turned into apartments, walked through the Farmers Markets to get warm as the wind cuts right through you it is bloody freezing. A large cruise ship is in and lots of tourists from the cruise are walking around the harbourfront like us enjoying the scenery. We were hoping to go on a tour of Georges Island but apparently it has never been opened to the public which is ...
... and highways. We were alright getting from Hwy 3 to Halifax but with the heavy rain visibility was very poor we missed the turn off for Hwy 102S but Jill took us up to the next turn off and we back tracked to Hwy 102s. You wouldn't believe it but the exit we were meant to take was blocked off due to roadworks, so Jill took us in a round of bout way (missed small street to left) over the highways to Hwy 111 to MacDonald Bridge a huge bridge over ...
... the early towns were it thrived and they built a fort to protect it even though it never fired a shot in anger or even was threatened. the fort today is known as the Citadel and it fires a cannon every day at midday,which believe you me is loud even in down-town.
The day was cloudless so we decided to go for a walk up to the Citadel and have a look around the area, but first i rang the Tour company again and hoped that maybe they had a tour left as it ...