Margaree Riverview Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Lighthouses seem to be dominating our lives. Everyday,we head out and as soon as we see a lighthouse, the hunt is on to find out how to get there. You would think that this would be an easy task but the locals expect us tourists to be able to magically find the place and they don't see the need for signs. Maybe they think that there are so many, why would anyone want to look at them. Growing up in Wakool, where there was a distinct lack of them, I have become fascinated by ...
... and we spoke with another tourist who told us about some seals close by.. Kaff was still busy at the lighthouse..(actually having a squat) she was nearly busted...We scooted off to the next road and saw the seals. They were really enjoying themselves rolling around in the surf on their backs then on their bellies. We managed a few photos but Canon Kaff was keen to sit with her Phallic symbol super lens and snap of a close up of a ...
... allot of gear on Buzz, but Jo does not have any luggage yet. So we had to ease off on the camping gear. So we found a Chalet that is relatively cheap, so we booked for Sunday night and Monday night. So the plan is to ride from Moncton to Beddeck using minimal highways, loop the trail on Monday, then drive home Tuesday. Windscreen arrived in good order. It takes about 5 minutes without tools to install it so that is done as well. It's clear. It has no fine ...
Drove up Hwy 19 on the west side of the large island and checked into our motel (a fishing motel/lodge) in Margaree Forks, out in the country on the road that divides the north and south of the island. We learned the river below the lodge is a great Atlantic salmon river for fishing and the proprietor of the motel is an older German ...
Woke up, made breakfast and took down my tent to start a day of hiking in the park. Since the campground I was at was close to the ocean I thought I would take a brief hike to the shore. However the trail was closed temporarily, so I had to drive to a parking spot on the shore and walk down. Next up I drove up the road and took the short hike in to see Mary Ann Falls. The drive up was nice and the falls were beautiful.
The first full trail ...