Consulate Inn Bed & Breakfast
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... nice campground along the river where we stayed two years ago. That night our domestic water pump failed so from that point on we had to ensure that we stayed at a campground; there would be no boon docking at all for us. Next day we drove to Hempstead TX. where we were met up with our Newmar Texas friends that we had met in October. This rally was held at the same time as the Blue Bonnet Festival in nearby Chappell Hill. Blue Bonnets are flowers that bloom in the ...
... to the colour of red. Coming up to the town of Oxford the Blueberry Capitol of Canada now driving under highways to towns on either sides of Hwy 104E. The view we have is miles and miles of autumn coloured maples and spruce trees. Paid a $4.00 Toll at Cobequid Pass to go through Colchester County must be for the good
road we are travelling on.
Took Exit 13 to Tim Horton's for morning tea and do my right eye which is hurting a ...
... home had canceled and we now would be staying in the home I had first called about. She would not take any more money, she told us we could stay until Sat (the original agreement was for 4 nights) and she brought us some starter groceries since she knew we would be tired and didn't want us to have to go out if we did not want to. Once again, God has surprised us with his overwhelming abundance of care. I don't know why I am always so surprised.
... Day and since we had planned to arrive at our Pictou fairly early in the day we hoped to get in on some of the celebrations. A few minutes after we had finished getting set up it started to rain and not just a drizzle - it poured!
We waited it out and by the time it was dry enough to venture out it was too late to join in.
We went to a pub in Pictou but a jam ...
... batteries to provide power, propane for cooking and heating, and enough water as long as we have very quick showers. We aren't sure how much dry camping we will be doing, though we have subscribed to Harvest Hosts. It's a group of wineries and farm markets that allow you to park overnight free though the expectation is that you will buy their products. Other campers ...