Lunenburg Arms Hotel
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This really is a terrific little hotel. Our room had a spectacular view of the harbor.
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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, …
Perhaps a more accurate title would be 'Off the Eastern Edge - of the United States', as we now find ourselves in Canada.
We were given pause for thought a few days ago by a Canadian immigration official, as we crossed from Maine to New Brunswick, when he asked 'where do you live?' We eventually settled on an answer - Australia, but Kathryn had to suppress an ...
... gleaned by Sandra on a guided tour about which house is the oldest structure, and another house which has a plaque declaring itself "known to be the oddest house". Who knows... Only Sandra opted to do a guided tour, while everyone else decided to just wander about on our own steam. We all kinda gravitated towards the harbour, had a peek at the sailboats, a browse in a couple of stores, then had a hot ...
... not have to eat out constantly, hence, similar to a cottage. It is right on the ocean and beside a fresh water pond where the deer come to feed a number of times each day. They seem very used to people and tend to just ignore everyone.
My main observation in this blog entry will be towards the people in general out here in the maritimes. I will make a conscious effort not to make any references to Monica's work out here since I do ...
... would hate to rive here in a storm the water would be lapping over the road.
Magnificent views of Maders Cove stopped at a “no parking bay” between the bay and sea marshlands, lakes to take a photo of the tiny island with lighthouse beacon on and another slightly bigger island with house on owned by a Swiss family. A local drove by twice to see what we were doing and we waved, he smiled and was satisfied we were okay. ...