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.
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... is no middle class in Sussex, a town consisting of a handful of well-to-do people living in large, old homes and the rest of the town living in mobile homes. It is the first time I have seen entire subdivisions consisting of ready made mobile homes. The unemployment rate is exceedingly high and has been for some time. Many of the people are seasonal workers either in the fish or lumber industry and it is common practice to work for half a year ...
... decide to have a look down the winding bumpy road through the normal Acadian forest we are used to now and the homes dotted in between. Went over a bridge to the island passed sea marshlands, lakes down to Lunenburg Yacht Club usual harbour sight with homes near by and on the shoreline always a beautiful peacefully view to look at one we ill miss when we leave. Back out the same road over another bridge to Maders Cove hugging the shoreline of ...
... views of the village round the inlets and there is a tiny house on a island in the bay just in front of us. On the sides of the shore are salt marshes with spruce trees right up to the waters edge. Pity one couldn't wake up to this everyday coming up to Cheery Hill with the magnificent views of the rocky coastline of the Atlantic Ocean also called the South Shore of this section of Nova Scotia.
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If you drive a bit more then you will find a cranberry farm where you can pick your own. We tried it and with the amount we could make some nice sort of puree. The cranberries are very ************ so unless you cook them and add sugar there are almost inedible.