Consulate Inn Bed & Breakfast
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... Next morning we drove to Pictou were we parked Star II, packed the things we needed and headed for Halifax in the car.
Over all it was another good trip except for the bus rollover in January that has changed our lifestyle completely. We make the best of every day now, the best we can even with the daily pain the doctors appointments, and the physio sessions.
We look forward to heading south in October again as long as our injuries settle down.
... 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.
... We woke the kids at 5am and were on the water at 7am. We paddle 15km in 3 hours before stopping for lunch. We crossed the Straight of Canso, finally making it to Cape Breton and paddled for another 15km up the coast. We ended at a place Connor and I have dubbed 'One Tree Hill'. We enjoyed our last night together on OT before getting picked up by the camp trucks at 8am on Day 12. Our return to camp was glorious. All of the regular counselors had just ...
... to try and charge house batteries... he comes and jumps me and we race into GM dealer at New Glasgow. We met some nice folks there and got some great advice on what to see in Cape Breton... oh and they "fixed" the MH... seems that while we were at Cabot Beach for 4 days one of us hit the Battery KILL switch,,, duh, easy to laugh now! Go to Future Shop and buy a ...
... the price of the original home I had asked about. With much anticipation, we drove to the address she had given us so we could get the key to the cottage. Upon arrival, there was a note on the door that said to come on in and make ourselves at home. We felt strange entering her home without anyone there, but had no choice. We found the phone and gave her a call. She went on to explain that there was a mix up, the person who had been ...