Comfort Inn Bridgewater
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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74th Crusaders hosted a Riverside Rally at their campground near Annapolis Royal on the August long weekend in Nova Scotia. They run a great rally with a poker run, a parade of bikes, biker games, a pig roast, awards presentations and a dance. I was in town when the parade of bikes came through so I took some pictures of both the parade and the town.
This rally attracted several ...
... would never be poor. I recall applying her philosophy when I had no surface left on the peel and stick tiles on my kitchen floor and it looked terrible. I emptied the room, hand washed the floors until they were spotless and then applied 4-5 coats of liquid wax until the floors shone. Despite the fact that they were long worn out, they really looked amazing and I felt much happier with my circumstances. Anyone need to borrow some of my excess wax?
... by seeking out and savouring the moment that brought you joy. For me, my moments of freedom and security give me great comfort and joy. My motorcycle gives me an incredible sense of freedom. That, I believe, is why the more time I spend on my motorcycle, the more time I want to spend on it.
How about you? What makes you feel alive? What do you look forward to?
Woke to the rain poring down!! :( not kewl as we had wanted to do a lot outside today. We made our way down to the waterfront to Pier 21. This is where 1.5 million people immigrated through during the mid 19 hundreds. We paid our $10 each admission and went up to watch the movie on lots of different immigrants and where they had come from, it was really interesting. After the movie we had a tour with an old guy who actually immigrated through Halifax, ...
... tour of the graveyard, led most nights by the president of the Annapolis Royal historical society (somewhat of a town celebrity). We didn't need convincing. After dinner we made our way across the street to Fort Anne, where surely enough we our guide dressed in traditional 17th century Acadian garb. Every member of the group was handed a candle lit lantern, and we proceeded to the graveyard just as the moon began to rise above us. The hour and a half long tour was fabulous. ...