Lunenburg Arms Hotel
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JOE: No word from Sam. Nothing. Nada. Meet Backroads gang and shuttle to gold river. Collect bikes and ride to Mahone bay. Just before lunch I hit a curb an crack my head on pavement...jam fingers scrape knees. Not happy. Not happy at all. Blood all over cue sheet. Picnic lunch under gazebo, but I'm in no mood.
Ride to a beautiful, …
... a cookie before wandering back up the hill to the meeting point. I bought a couple of souvenirs... including a fab ring made from an old spoon, to replace the ring I lost in Finland. Mine is apparently a WW1 commemorative spoon with French General Joffre on it. There is also a beaver, because it's Canadian, eh! Love it :) We only had an hour or so to explore Lunenburg as we had to drive to the other side of ...
... they would flash their helmet lamps on and off)
They appear to be a culture set in routine and opposed to change. Many spend their entire lifetimes never traveling more than a few miles away from home. When Monica and I went to the German restaurant on the outskirts of Sussex, we were amazed later on at how few people who resided in Sussex even knew of its existence. And of course the directions we were given to get there were ...
... us with selling the Pontiac or Terry buys is at a fair price to us. Richard had a little rest while I downloaded today’s photos and did the blog. Went inside and it is just like an English pub all natural wooden walls decorated with barrels, bottles, plaques, pictures and other odds and ends checked out the Menu for what we will eat tonight.
5.30pm and time to leave for Knots Pub if we had of left any later we would have ...
... Got lost and ended up at a dead end road with a quarter of a tank of petrol left so we thought we had better do as Jill says and we are now back on the right road to Lunenburg.
Before we knew if Jill said we had 800 metres to go and just on top of the hill is Topmast Motel with a glorious view of Lunenburg and the harbour what a sight. Mary wasn't there got our key and quickly moved in the unit very nice neutral colours ...