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We woke up, feeling refreshed and for me (Lauren) felt hungover from the sound sleep. We met up with a nudist CS’er and went canoeing on a very remote, yet beautiful, lake. Wayne was a very interesting person and had many stories from his lifetime that he shared from us. He was an avid book collector and had over 30,000 books. He was from Newfoundland and adamant that we visit there. We have looked into it, but the ferry ride for a car is quite pricy. ...
A modern big city, big for Canada anyway. Small pretty harbor. Pricey, but good food. Lobster Season! Laid back pub and bar scene. A large and popular farmers market at the center of it all. Yup, the two nights here in Halifax have been good to us.
With both of us being childhood immigrants we decided to check out the ...
... and ships docked and ready to take to the sea when the day was fully upon us. We could see gigantic boulders scattered on the landscape as if they had been played with by young children and discarded where they lay after the play period. The boulders had been left in their positions by melting glaciers from the Ice Age. It was evident that this area was built on a sound surface of granite. This was most apparent when we arrived in Peggy’s Cove and viewed the light house ...
... we met up with a bloke called Alan he was going to be a guide for us tomorrow after discussing where we would go he dropped us at the maritime museum known as pier 21, we then had a tour around and listened to a lady explain the immigration process in the 1920-60,s and how many people came through the ports some had everything from their clothes to the kitchen sink as the countries they were leaving would not allow them to take money out of the country so ...
... Provincial Rest stop. The Truck/RV parking was half "pot" and the rest was "holes" with the Washrooms sandwiched between a Tim Horton's and a Gas Bar [that is Canadian for gas station].
But the worst is the marking of exits. First they are numbered sequentially [ 126.96.36.199......] as oppose to the the US that uses exit numbers the same as the mile posts. ...
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