Comfort Inn - New Glasgow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to all be there at the sametime so that we might influence the operations folks to get us out of the parking lot and on the ferries as fast as possible.
That evening Shirley attended a Scottish Ceilidh. I developed some sort of a rash that itched and had some fever so I did not go. She and others said that the music and dancing were excellent.
Tomorrow we plan to stock up on groceries and propane before we set out to tour Cape Breton Island where the route will be very remote and gas stations are few and far between. We booked an August 2nd passage on the ferry to Newfoundland which should give us plenty of time to explore the Cape.
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It has been a crazy two and a half weeks since I last updated. I have been completely off the radar because I haven't had any days off and I've been in the wilderness for 12 days. My campers arrived on the 5th July. I have 8 boys and 2 girls all between the ages of 15 and 16. There was a small hurricane (more of a tropical storm) the first day of camp so instead of sleeping in the tipis we slept in the cabins for a night. Once the storm had blown over we moved ...
Kippens NFLD to New Glasgow NS
July 13th 2014
After a quick shower, we dropped the cabin keys off at the office, and were on the road. We stopped in a town called Stephenville for a morning coffee and some breakfast. We were a bit pressed for time if we were to hit the ferry at 11:45am. We drove through an old town with an old abandoned USAF base that would have been good to visit. We managed to hit the ferry on time and paid for a tickets ...
We packed a lunch and headed into New Glasgow first thing. We went to the Museum of Industry which covered Nova Scotia industry from pre industrial revolution to the current day. There were two museum employees who were there to answer questions and they gave us lots of interesting info. There were exhibits that were hands-on, like the assembly line packing ...