All Seasons Inn & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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August 20, 2015 Beginning 93,462; Temperature 67° at 9 a.m., foggy and misting
I visited the shops in Baddeck before joining the highway to leave Nova Scotia. A large bag of shells to use in my science lessons and a navy sweater for school were my only purchases. I know the Canadian dollar is weak right now so it would cost me 80% of the listed price but still things seemed to be overpriced.
The next stop ...
... to go through the Cobequid pass from Nova Scotia to Moncton, NB and that is where the bad weather usually hits as it is a snow belt and ski area (can you see the connection?). The news made me nervous and I contemplated taking the 4 pm ferry from Digby, NS to St John, NB.
My host for the night, Jo Miller suggested that the wind was blowing hard and that it was not a good day for a three hour ferry ride. As it turned out, the wind was blowing so ...
... that if we were heading back across the border in a few days we needed to get a few of our favorite Canadian things to take with us, so we made a stop at the last Canadian Costco and picked up some good stuff. We then headed to Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park to see more of the wonders of the Bay of Fundy. The only time you can visit is up to 3 hours before and after a low tide. If you get there at that time, you can walk on ...
... and we scoped out a dinner option for tomorrow night. I brought the rest of the bags up to the room (on the second floor, but the steps are more to Carol's liking!!).
The moon is nearly full . . . it will be full tomorrow night (8/10) . . . and the higher tides tend to coincide with the new moon and full moon . . . so when we travel to Hopewell Rocks tomorrow . . . to witness the tide change, it will move about 44 feet tomorrow. ...
... to do now is watch for a last minute discount on a hotel. I think we're pretty good on most of our bookings, but a bit of a discount on our London hotel wouldn't be discouraged. I have my eye on another hotel in the area which I've stayed at before, and seems to have lots of availability. That's a recipe for a last minute discount, don't ya think? Next on my list...start packing. It's never too early for that, is ...