Comfort Inn - New Glasgow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Hard to believe that I have a helmet on my head and I am riding behind Gary on on trusty camo-coloured 4 wheeler. I peer around Gary's great Gazoo head to see Howie and Cathy's mustard yellow quad trundling ahead with a trail of golden leaves billowing out behind them like confetti at a harvest wedding. A kaleidoscope of images flashes by my helmeted range of vision, and, just like the Viewfinders we had as kids, a new scene is presented in ...
... Edward Island, the last Maritime province left to visit. We stocked up on groceries and gas and are overnighting at a Walmart in the town of New Glasgow, only 15 miles from the ferry landing. Earlier, we took in a movie (no Redbox) and can highly recommend, "The Hundred-Foot Journey."
... back out on the ocean. It is exactly the same route as last month, I'm just hoping that the weather will be good. I think that OT with these kids will be hilarious. We return to camp on August 29th and then our kids leave the next morning. So we don't have much time to enjoy the last day of camp unfortunately, but there isn't much we can do about that.
So I probably won't be back online until post camp when I will ...
... up if I had any more goes. Now I will have to do some thinking as to the number. I use it all the time at home and can remember it there, but as I haven’t used it since Toronto, I have forgotten it.
We left the beautiful island of P.E.I and crossed over on the bridge. We decided to drive over the bridge as it cost $45 return and the ferry cost $69 return. We also spend a lot of time waiting when we catch ferries as we are always early in case we miss it. Also ...
... 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 ...