Margaree Riverview Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a photo back across the waters to Baddeck & I started talking to a guy who was mowing his lawn (& like all mowing over here, there was a lot of it, so was probably looking for a break). His name wasVince & he offered to take us up to the top of the hill on his property to get a better view & photo. We had a good chat & learned his family history, they have lived in same spot for many generations. We continued along the worst roads over here & at one point ...
... and from blinds and in a very controlled environment you can get within feet of them. I was on the list for 3 days in a row and wasn't able to get out on any of those days due to heavy swells.
However, today, just outside of Saint Ann's Bay, off the coast of Cape Breton Island, I was finally able to see these adorable sea birds in person. I went with Donalda's Tours departing from the government wharf at Englishtown. Donalda ...
... and the sporran (the bag that hangs in the front from the waist). They also demonstrated how the original kilt was prepared and worn. Approximately nine meters of material was laid on the floor over a leather belt. The material was pleated by hand in the center third of the material. The man then laid on the material so that the bottom of the material was at his knees. He then took the left and right thirds of the cloth and wrapped ...
... main highway. Just off the road we saw a downhill ski resort called Smokey Mountain - not very big and probably not worth the flight. At the top of the island we once again turned off the main route and headed to North Point where the Atlantic Ocean meets the gulf of St Lawrence. As it was approaching midday we decided to look for a suitable picnic stop and we came upon Aspy bay where apparently John Cabot first landed on his search for ...
these pics are taken from the eastern side of the ...