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Travel Blogs from Smith's Cove
... only partially impressed with the kit. The fit and finish of the bars are outstanding, and all the hardware is stainless, except the replacement engine bolts that are grade 8. The main, lower, part of the mount is quite strong, and it looks like it will work with any skid plate, but the upper simply ties the two sides together with a supplied cross bar. It looks like a hard hit might bend the two tied together uppers to one side. I think this winter I will build a bracket that ...
... on the other side of the passage is Bay of Fundy with is quite rough. It may be sunny but the wind cuts right through you when you are outside of the car. Watched the fishing boat as we waited and there is not a soul in sight till a car with two ladies in pulls up behind us. The ferry crossed back and the cars drove off then the ferry pulled away Richard tooted think we had missed the ferry. But apparently (lady is car behind) this now ...
... machine so when I got up this morning at 7.30am all I had to do was flick the switch on and we had coffee in bed watching the news and weather on TV.
Another great thing included in our stay here they provide a Continental Breakfast didn't have to get ours out everything there bread, butter, jam, cereals, yoghurt, milk and muffins the lot it was lovely. Checked emails no replies for the Pontiac Richard checked on his ipad and we are ...
... Digby and going to Brier Island. Getting late now 5.00pm and we are tired drove back to B&B found out where the Shoreline was took an umbrella with us and walked down the waterfront to there. Had a lovely meal Seafood Chowder first then shared a Seafood Platter what a big meal and the scallops were beautiful
everything was sauteed not deep fried with jacket potato and veggies. Including tip cost $65.00 but it was worth it so ...
Cape Breton Highlands NP to Kejimkujik
NP is a long drive that took us two nights and three days; obviously
sightseeing all the way along the Marine Drive and Lighthouse Route.
After passing up a provincial park, we ran out of time and ended up
at an RV type campground – yuk. Day two, along the coast again, we
made it to Bruce ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking