Days Inn Dartmouth
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Concierge desk
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... of a Maine lobster roll with a local beer and people watching. Back on board Regatta by 5-30 pm in time for pre dinner drinks. Arrived in Portland, Maine in the morning. A much larger city so we did not spend a great deal of time looking around. We headed off to the very affluent coastal village of Kennebunkport. Here you can see the summer residence of the Bush family situated on a narrow strip of land jutting out ...
... causeway into Cape Breton we reached Creignish by 11am and were considering paddling further to cut down the next days paddle, but the waves really started to pick up so we had to land. It was another really hot day again, so we hid in the shade again. On Day 11 the waves had not calmed down, so we were beached all day. This meant we would not make it any further as we were getting picked up the next day, but that was okay with us and our kids. we hung out all ...
This Sunday's church visit was far more successful (if you don't know what I mean you have not read last Sunday). Tom did a brilliant job of navigating us there. Deep Water Church was great, good music and teaching. A bit different from Bodmin Christian Fellowship, as it is held in a cinema and had a congregation of about ten times more.
After church we ambled back to the hotel. Stopping off for Deb to dance with some people dressed as superheroes, ...
... the boat for the
summer and plan our route up the eastern seaboard to Nova Scotia where we would
meet the owners for the first time since leaving Florida. After last minute
mechanical details, provisioning and stowing and an impromptu Mother’s Day
cruise with the entire family onboard, we were rushed out to sea to get our
summer trip started. We departed Miami in 4-5 foot seas and were underway for
36 hours straight, arriving a day and a ...
... fall down that because you can't get out, you are a sitting duck to be killed. It is one fortress you cannot get in with cannons on the walls pointing out over the river and the west (backside). There is a Signal Post with tall masts used to send coded signals to both the citizens of Halifax and to the other forts that protected the harbour. A very interesting fort even though it was very cold and we ...