Days Inn And Conference Center - Bridgewater
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the immigrants came from 1928 until 1971 before air travel was done by immigrants. Prior to 1928 all immigrants came through Pier 2. This would be where my great grandparents arrived around 1899. Bev's parents arrived in 1948 via New York City and then travelled by train to Toronto and then on to British Columbia. She was a able to get a copy of the ship's passenger list for the Nieuw Amsterdam on which they travelled. All of this gave us ...
... view, watch the sunset & rising full moon at Graves Island Provincial Park! It's a gorgeous park an hour west of Peggy's Cove, separated from the mainland by a short causeway. You can see from the photo we were on a hillside & there weren't many other campers!
... rock formations combine to make it the most visited and photographed lighthouse in Canada. There are only 30 families that live in the cove like R.H.Crooks whos family has lived here for many generations. We arrived in time to have a guide give us a tour of the area before we gathered for the group picture and caravan provided lunch. Besides the ambiance, the very interesting item was a carving in the former backyard of the residence of William E. deGarthe, ...
... s cove the scenery changes to the sugar maples and spruce forest but the autumn leaves have fallen off plus sections of spruce has the spruce bug disease killing the trees and the marsh bog doesn't help the spruce trees either.
There were many homes, cottages, cabins, rivers, lakes through the forest and the road was close to many inlets with little fishing communities all around the rocky granite coastline. West Dover was a ...
... and scallops, just to name a few. Such weird and wonderful creations that God has created. Unbelievable until you see it with your own eyes and touch with your own hands.
Then a brief stop on the Mahone Bay SaveEasy for much needed fruits and veggies. The grocery store even had one of those roller things to pick up your groceries outside! Remember those? :) A quick picnic on the shores of Mahone ...