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Travel Blogs from Smith's Cove
... time, and give the sun an hour or so to bring the outside temperature up to at least 2 degrees from 0 degrees Celsius. (!) Well I'm officially off... Made it to the ferry on fumes. I didn't dare get fuel because I almost missed the 12:00 departure. I ran Buzz hard. I was late getting out of Moncton. I could not find my bellaclava. My GPS estimated arrival at 11:55 to my 12:00 ferry. I hit the highway in Salisbury and settled into a 5000RPM, 130km/h pace that saw the arrival time ...
... said I have turned into Dawn Japanese Thorn again but as I said to him half the photos get deleted.
Walked around the coastline through the marsh over to Seal Cove can see seals in the distance but it is a bit far to walk in the cold. Back to Westport to catch the ferry across Grand Passage to Long Island and to see the Balancing Rock.
Finally made it to the closed car park to Balancing Rock and what we didn't know was you ...
... the St Bernard Church a beautiful big grey stone church built in the early 1900's little village with small homes and shops not much else rocky shoreline and marshland. Next stop is Belliveau Cove small fishing harbour with little lighthouse at the entrance (tides out) another pretty little village.
As we go along all the little villages merge into one another with views of quaint little homes, marshland with small lakes along the St ...
... big town of Kentville bit he didn't want to go back to take a photo of the Pumpkin People I missed yesterday. Going through the Annapolis Valley Industrial area, roadworks on bridge near Exit 14. Traffic stop light came up quickly the guy behind was travelling too fast Richard saw him and gave him plenty of braking and we had the room.
Always listen to classical music on long drives there is fine mist of rain and fog now as we pass ...
... Acadiens had 150 years of habitation in the area until expulsion. The photos show the current recreation of their fort. Visiting Granville Ferry means crossing a dike along the Annapolis River, which at this point is very tidal driven. There is an electrical power generating station on the dike that uses a turbine, driven by tidal flows. Always good to see renewable energy in action. After that, we turned west and drove back to Digby for lunch and ...
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