Comfort Inn - New Glasgow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We drove off the ferry and had an easy 150 mile drive back through Nova Scotia along the shores of Bras d'Or Lake. It was great to be on a smooth highway (did we mention potholes are a staple in Newfoundland?) with beautiful sunny weather.
Tomorrow we'll take a short (75 minute) ferry ride ...
... the thrift store) and we all bought some hilarious new outfits. I currently have two days off in a row and have been hanging out in town by myself today. I am back on work tomorrow (Friday) at lunch time and it will be a few days of packing and preparing for OT before we head out. I am very excited to be back on OT. Going on the very first trip and then the very last trip of the Summer is a weird feeling. I am very ready ...
... guards patrolling but the waves are very small at the moment. The water must be cold too even though they are advertising the "warmest waters" around. I have only seen a few people actually in the water, most of them are just playing on the beach.
Just out of Pugwash we could see a lighthouse so we headed towards it and ended up in someone’s backyard. An old codger was outside supervising a couple of young blokes lawn mowing. We stopped and said we were sorry ...
... have seen so far but as all the wildflowers were all about in full force it was quite beautiful.
On to our next stop Tatamagouche home of the Grain Elevator village, of course we had to stop there for photos and some lunch. Dad has been on my mind a lot these last few days and I think seeing all the wheat fields growing and being stripped just reminded me of our childhood in Wakool , hanging out at the Wheat Silo where Dad worked. I saw some big different ...
We headed out this morning for Pictou, NS as a jumping off point for another ferrry ride to Prince Edward Island.
It was a pretty straight forward drive mostly down roads we had been on, so the trip was uneventful.
We arrived at the park and got settled in and made plans as to how we would all get out and to the port around seven in the morning as ...